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Published Every Thursday 
in Virginia Beach for ^e People of Virginia Beach 




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Volume XLI, No. 22 



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TELE*>HONE 428-2401 VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 2,^ 1966 2 SECTIONS - 14 PAGES SINGLE COPY: 10c;BYMAIL $3.50^PKYE^R 







COUNCIL TAKES FIGHTING STAND 



^Seven-Four' Council Plan Appealed 
T^ Supreme Court By Va. Beach 



Vl'RGINU BEACH - The City 
Council of the City c! Virginia 
iSeach would rather fight than 
switch to. any other form of appor- 
tionnlent. That is the word from 
ths City Mansger's office. 

Le^s than 24 h:urs a't3r learning 
ai:t the U. S. Fourth Circuit Court 
of A. ;eals had reversed Judge 
]Wa!ter HoI'man's lower court dicN 
' icn upholding the so ca'led "^sven- 
■;ur" ['an of "lEeting cojncilirK'n, 
C!ty Council t'ck a strnd and rs- 
eased its dscis'in ih.nu^li Rir^e'' 



Ha'x'hett noting that an appeal to 
thj Supreme Caurt cf the Unitod 
Stales wculd be mtid?. 

On Mcnday the a_-:pe::iis court, in 
a unanimous decision written by 
Judge Abcit V.. Bryan, ca"cd the 
recently ado;;tcd s2v:n-four plan 

59 Per Cent 
Increase In 



THE BaARDWALK WAS DESERTED Monday as If It was in the dead of wilder. THe tltaitterature. 
which ranged in the middle fiO's and the winds, which blew very hard, made U leeio like fall In VirKkiia 
Beach. Despite aD this, the tourist trade started briskly. (Staff photo by Moore) 

HOTELS PACKED FULL 



Wet Weather Fails To Dampen 
Beach Tourist Season Opening 




V.IRGI.NIA EZ'CH - By ea-': 
lext spring, if all g03s, according 
to plan, areas cf Virginia Ecach 

ow without city water facilities, 
will be connected to new water 
lines, Eccording to an announce- 
ment made by City Managor W. 
Russell Hatchett Tuesday. 

Bids fol* the project go out this 
month and Council wiH act or. 
those bids at the pnd of the month 
for water projects in Kempsville, 
including the Providence Road and 
Acredale area^. 

There had been some doubt thai 
, ,yje ' bkjs would be advertised at 
Qui tJftie since H is unkiown whet- 
her fcdero} aid funds will be a^ail- 



ViRGlNIA SEACH - M«mori«f 
Diy wedc«Kl festivities in Virginia 



A FEW BRAVE SOULS ventured out onto the beach Monday for a 
E.>^:ort stroll. Most people stayed either Indoors or behind beachfront 
buildings all during tlie day. (Staff photo by Moore) 



1 705 Students Ready For 



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Graduation This Week 



VIRGINIA BBAOH - Princess 
Araie High Sdwol and Ck)x High 
School had to move their bacca- 
laureate services indoors Sunday 
when a cloudburst ended proceed- 
irgs at both school's stadiums. 

Kellam High got off easier be- 
cause they h^ld theirs earlier in 
th? afternoon, just finishing wbai 
the^ain started. 

Unicn-'Kempsville, and Virginia 
©each High Schools wer; 'ucltiar 
in that they he'd their= ind-'-ors. 

Books To Close 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Mrs, 
Anna Cotton, General RceiMrai 
for the Cky of Virginia Beach. Is 
notifying voters that the last day 
to regifter to vote in the .luly It 
Primary Election is June 11. All 
assfetant Regista-ars will be sU- 

ting oa fhat date, and tiie Gen- 
eral Registrar will be in her of- 
fice at the PrlncMs Anne Court- 
hoose frrni S a.m. to S p.m. 

The books wfll be clowd as of 
June 12. 
^^ Any tnfonnatlon regarding vot- 
ii«, the tkne and Oie place to 
regMer. nay be oMalaed by cal 
1^ the Gcaeral R^Mrar at m- 

Ull. 



Princess Anne, Oox and Union 
Kempsville wiD hold thdr conunen- 
cejnent exercises at the schools 
Friday night. Virginia Beach High 
School will Md its exercises to- 
night at the Alah B. Shepard Civic 
Center. 

Prkioess Aibm led the scho(ris in 

the number of candiidates for di- 
plomas with 597. iDox had 518, Kel- 
lam 245, Union-Kempsville 171 and 
Virg'nia Beach 174 candtiates for 

diplomas. 

Bayside High School did iwt have 
any candidates for graduation be- 
cause .'.ext year wiH be the first 
V3ar tiie new adiool wiM have a 
naw senior c'ass. Andher high 
school <wiU al« be aiM nexi 
\%ar, but it wfll not have a senior 
class its first ye«r. 

Ke'lsm seriors wsre presented 
with awards la.<t week. 

At KeKam the award and tfie 
recipj«its were: 

Yvonne firawn. Princess Anne 
^^nnan's Ckt Art AMrard: Lance 
Baum, Princen Arnie Womui'i 
Club LiteratwY Award; Ttny 
Ki^it, the Stiver Paktte Award; 
Jim White. Otoral Award. Most 
Deserving Senior: JaiAei Winner, 
Faian Farmers of Ammia 

(CoittaMd <m Pifi 4 A) 



by three days of un|>rcdlctabk 
weather. 

VacatioOef^ who descended on 
Virginia Beach frotn other parts 
d the nation and the Old Dcmin 
ion were sorely disappointed by 
the laclt of ^inshine. 

The weatherman had pradietcd 
good weather for the eatire week- 
erd, but everytliing se'3med to 
happen in an atltm-ot to spoil tlie 
open'ng of the toarii't season In the 
resort city. 

During the three days ftere was 
o'..ly a shoit pericd Sunday that' 
showed any vacation promise Th: 
sun shined brieity Sunday morn- 
ing, i>t'l the rains that were here 
Saturday returnEd again. The sun- 
worfhippers that tlironged to city 
b: aches Sunday aiiemoon were 
forad to retreat under a hail <rf 
rau^drops. 

"And to tnake maftters worse," 
said an in::ocent by^ander, "the 
weather Monday was the worst 
Memorial Day he liad seen in 
years." The skys cloiidsd over, Uw 
wind blew, and the ten^rature 
bardy f^ over 65 degrees. 

The biggest event Memorial Day 
was die open house at Oceana 
Naval Air Station whidi featured 
the Bkie Angels, the NaVy's su- 
perb M^ dononstration team. 

Tile open house took place from 
11 a.m. to 5 pjn. and featured 
displays of our fif^iting ^craft as 
weM as the Bhie Angela. 

The show began at'l;l5 ^ith a 
denwnstration of helicopter resme 
performed by Oceana's Search and 
Rciscue Oew's. 

Tlie Tidewata- Navy Skydivers 
then to<* to the ah" for thair daring 
pefformacce in freefall flight. Pul- 
ling ti» rlpcords i«e in their fail, 
the .ksidivers jM'eser.tad colorful 
and exciting entsrtainmei.t for tiw 
crowd on hand. 

At 2 pjn. the Blue Angels per- 
formed thsir series cf a.;robattcs 
ovtr Oceana's seven miles <rf run- 
ways. 

(Pri:^ to the wedter.d. c'fkials at 
Ociatia said they were sxpectlng 
cbse to 50,000 perscns to att«»d 
the air show, btf the crowd fdi 
way be'ow fwir «x?ectati«a. Usl 
year's Aupist 8 *ow drew more 
than ao.oao (HI a {»ck- date. 

Offic^ds at the base ^t&e bofk^ 
tha* the 0|pe»ag of the beaches 
on May 3D would produet m evoi 
larger axmd, but the indeoieot 
weatiier forsMd m^y penple to 
stay at honie. 

BeshisB keeping people av^ 
(nm (be rintv, Hit ^^atber, with 
iU hf* dood odbq. prevorted the 

(OoattMwi Ob page M) 



Water Lines J^-^ ^'"fl'' 
In Kemps. 



rier in his statement 

The City Manager also released 
plans to appeal for additional fed- 
eral funds for water lines leading 
to City iHall at Princess Anne ard 
to the growing area of Sandbridge. 
althQU?h no date, tentative o. 
otherwise was discussed. 

ITie text cf Hatchett's statement 
is, as follows: 

"I hav? today con-erred with 
Malcom Pirnie, consulting engi- 
neers. a;-d am advi«ed that the en- 
gineering is complete on some 48,- 
100 IncHi feat of transmission line 
leading from Virginia Beach Bou'o- 
^'ard to serve the Kempsville area 
incJuding the Prov'dence Rosd ard 
.\credale areas. We expect to ad- 
vertise next week for bids on tiiis 
project to t)e opened Thursday, 
June 231x1, and give to (Council for 
its consideration at its regular 
meetii^ to be held i-Monday, June 
27th. If the-IJids are proper and in 
line wit}/ the estimates of the en- 
gineer^ I shall recomme;:^ to th-^ 
^at those sifcmitting the 
low bids be awarded the contracts 
inrniediately whether federal fund? 
are available for this project or 
not. It is anticipated it will take 
two hundred days to canplete this 
project. 

We are centering our attention 
in the acquisition of Federal aid 
for the transmission leading to City 
HaH at the Princess Anne Station 
and Sandbridge, with a circuit ty- 
ing into the lines coming from 
South Virginia Beach Boroi^h." 



VRCiNlA EZA-i'H - In a r--,-t 
is.ued 'zarlior this we:k. the 
Cii Ja.eake Ba^v Erid^c-Tunnel 
si'.:\V£d a 59 per czvA gain v. tragic 
in 1S35 o\'€r the tra'i'ic tctali for 
:'d Little C;e.k-Ki,;t(;,;.ke feiry in 

In 13,13; the ferry had a total of 
731,215 automab ies, trucks, basses 
:nd .Tiis:e!ianecus vehicle?. The 
Bridge-Tunnel had a tatal of 1,- 
I37,S82 cars, trucks and 'lussos 
cross it in 19S5, an increase oi 
4o3-437 vehicles. 

In the p3riod between 19t3 and 
ViZh cars increased by 395,733 or 
74.5 per cent; trucks increased by 
24,381 or 13.9 per cent; and busses 
increased by 6,937 or 40 per cent. 
(MiscEllaneous vehicles such as 
railroad cars, wagons and th? like 
d^reased 100 per cent over the 
f ericd. > 

The total revenue tak'n in in- 
creased by 50.1 per cent over tiiis 

( Continue 1 On Page i\^ 

Bids Called For 

VIRGINIA (EEACH - Un^er the 

rovirions c^f bond revenue legsla- 
tion pas-ed in rerent meetings cf 
Vrgiria Beach City Caurcil. seal- 
id bids ar3 being cafed ior nn cer- 
ia'n projects. 

The projects include the $2 inii- 
lion water and s"'.vc;age .series of 
1963. Tlie bids will be rec-'ivec on 
'une 8, J9'3. .At that ti.TO? City 
Council will i>e meeting b. special 
se:~ion fjr the purpose of receiving 
tile bids and taki. ^ pr: ni)* actoin 
-n thrm. 

6i(kkrs must use Ji? rcgui.nr bid 
icrm, which tcgct'icr with Hiflnciai 
■n'ormation for bidders, niav be 
obtained fiwn J. C. Wheit. liic. 
8V E. .Main Street, aichmond, Vir- 
ginia. 



unconstitutional, on grounds that 
it vio'ates the "one man, one-vote 
dcctrine laid d:>wn by the U. S_ Su- 
pren.e Court." 

In the c.'iinicn, how.aver, the ap- 
p:al.s cnurt noted that the reasons 
bLJ'' d th'j plan were "understa.-.d- 
ahic," but added that "reasons of 
this krd n-.ay not be cjunl.d in 
a , :ai.-:in;] the con.5tit„tiona!ity of 
It:. ;).ti:;nment." 

Th? .'.n_? rran, cne vote doct.ine, 
■^'.T, 'y stat' d, says th"t ea:'h legis- 
h c:', s'ati or mu; ici;al mu'^t rep- 
' s.nt a ' k2 nur b^r in po;:u','.fin 

Tile eve>fcur plan was drawn 
snd :.', tsd for tha pu.'osa of 
giiaranteeng rcprccentation to the 
-ma"s- po'-ulation boroughs, wh'ch 
are basirallv rural and ag.icu'turai 
in nature. The plan tack into ccn- 
sidc-ati-in the diversity of interests 
in Vrginia Beach and wrote in 
ru'rs which would give al' areas a 
voice in governnne.it. This wa- 



recognized by Judge Hofi'man in 
his ruiling and by the appeals 
icourt, pven though the appeals 
court was co.Tipelkd to follow what 
it considered to be the biandats o! 
the U. S. Supre.ne Court. 
'Alust txactly v.i.at th." Su)icfn? 



Cjurt means remains to be seeii," 
said one city o.'iicial after th.' a;;- 
peal was noted. "I thought we had 
proved the* validity of the 5even- 
Id'ir p an in the primary," he said. 
TiiS court did net believe tiut the 

'Continued on Page 4 Ai 



Tliieves 
Saddles 



Take 



VIRGIN'A BE.ACH - Playland 
Park on Salem road has been open 
only for a few days, but already 
it has become the victim of tlii:ves. 
according to a report made to po- 
lice by Hazel R Ncreck, one of 
the operators of the park. 

Eleven sadcfles valued at $1,550 
disa:peared from an equipment 
room over a two week period. 



Candidates 
To Speak 

At PAHS 



VIRGGS':t\ BEACH - The Rev. 
Claytwi E. Crigger. of St. Francis' 
Mission, said Tuesday numiag 
thflt/ all city council candidates 
have faces jted an invitatio-: to pat- 
ticipate in an open forum June 6 
at the Princess Anne High School 
auditorium. 

Crigger said "This is our op- 
pGrtu..ity to become informed 
about issues facing our city and 
i:ow the candidates '.'xpect to meet 
th? Challerge." 

Crigger and the Rev. Le.marti 
•R. Graves, Jr., of Ennmanuel 
Episcopal Church, sent a letter to 
each of the clergymen in Virginia 
Beach urging them to inform their 
congregalio.ns -bout the fomin and 
its purpose. "Our particpation i; 
a necess'ty if we are to be re?pon 
sible and Informed citizens," they 
said. "Our city," they added, "has 
a great future and tremendous po- 
tential which will only be reai;/ed 
if we, the citizens, put fortiii the 
efforts nece-sary to meet the clial- 
Icnge a.:d opportunity I hat is ours." 

The meeting will begin at 8 p.m. 
Monday night. 

There will also be a secmd 
forum June 8 at 8 p.m. at the Sea- 
tack Community Center en South 
Biixlneck Road. This "non-partisan 
car.d datei' meeting" is SLionsorcd 
by the Virginia iBeach (Council on '' 
Human Relations. 

The Seatack meeting will consist 
of a 5 minute talk by each candi- 
date and an hour (juestion-and- 
answer pe-iod following the candi- 
dates' talks. 

An informal reception is plan- 
ned for the candidates following 
the meetir^. 

There will also be a meeting oi 

(Continued On Page 6A» 




SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT — At ttie recent awards assembly of 
the Virginia Beach High School, Teresa Hughes, seated' (left), was. 
granted a scholarsh^ to Radford CoQege. and which gives her $430 
paryaar lor ioNT y*ni^ DiaauaingJ]H^klBPy..£>'Mt 4»ver a cup al 
tea are Mrs. C. M. Tomko (seated), education chairman of the Prin- 
cess Anne Woman's Club which awarded the scholarshii; and 
standing, Teresa's mother, Mrs. Hughes, and Mrs. George A!dridge, 
president of the Chib. (photo by Cassandra) 



'First Representatives' 
Reveal Council Platform 





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CAFItlCMKa ATtANnC - Hen's Ok way she iedied at the begtadng of last wedkcad. She was sM-- 
rta| uf tr o uMt . greets the hoWay wed»^ with rate-fiOed clouds tastead el hoped-for 
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VIRGINIA BEACH - Five Vir- 
ginia Beach City Council candi- 
dates, known as the "First Rep- 

I resentatives" ca.nd'detes took ad- 
vantage of a large crowd at the 
Cavalier Hotel last week for the 

' S.iorg for Senate bonquet. While 
the banquet was going on insid: 
workers for the group placed 

' campa'gn literature imder the 
windsitield wipers of nearly every 
autcmcbile parkOT outside. 

The literature included back- 
grour.d informatsin on the five can- 
didates and the platform of the 
group. 

The stated platform pledged 
support for what it called the eli- 
mination of 'one-man' rule in Vir- 
ginia Beach." voting machines in 
heavily populated areas, a Civil 
Service Ccmmission under which 
non-elected City employees would 
work and the higi>est quality edu- 
cational oppOTtunities for all. 

Also inchried in the platform 
were pledges of support of new 
cinflict-of-int?rest laws, increased 
activity by the Vii^inia Beach In- 
dustrial Commission, expansion oi 
the City's Library system, new 
building ai«i developing ordirancesi | 
expansion of recreational facilities i 
and knproved fire pr<<ection. | 

C.-,e plark in the platform called 
'or the creaticn of a City Plar. nir.j. 
Commission "which will carefull.. 
weigh all rezonir.g a-pplications 
honestly and w:th crnsiderator 
cnly for the r.ecvis a'd b.^i in- 
tcreHs ci the resdents and pro- , 
ptity owners in the arra involved i 
lathcr tiian for th? selfish econo i 
mic intereats of the f.A." Tht 
plat':)rm d.y njt say that Virginia I 
Bcarh's prerent plaririrj ccmm's 
s'on had anv such it fic:enc;,< ar..; 
id n: '. ?'objri:'.' on th/ rr.cjr.i- g 

Register To Vote , 

The General Registrar of the | 
City ^ Vlrgtaiia Beach will be at I 
the Ocean Park Fire Depart- ' 
meat on Sbett Drive fr«n 7 p.m. 
to I p.m. teal^t to regMer vot- 
ers for the Jnly Denwaatfe Pri- 
muay. 



cf the vague pie tf arm plank 

Several f a:ts cf the plat'orni 
we.'e id:ntical to that of tha Or- 
oanizatien, v.hich was released 
e~.rlier. '■ 



Woman, 71 
Dies' Mon, 

VIRGINIA E'EAli'M - An eldwlj- 
woman was .struek and k.Ued by 
a car Monday evening as she at- 
tempted to cross .At'antic Avenu? 
at a2nd Street. 

Mrs. Alice B. T:;wks. 71, of the 
2C0 block of 82nd Street was fatally 
injured when tiie v as struck bv a 
car at 8:30 p.m. MofKiay, police 
said. 

The driver of th- car. William 
E. Byrd, Jr.. 19 .Monday, has been 
charged with manslaughter, ac- 
cording to police. He resides in the 
7S00 block of Ingles de Rood, N»- 
olk. 

Invc.-t;gati:.g officet-s sKd Un. 
Towles was pronounced de^ on 
irriva! at the Gencal Haspital a' 
Virginia Beach. She repartee^ 
:eeivfd h ad injuries in tiie am- 
ir:. 

F .'ice -ad B" d's s '^?ed was ^ 
timaUd at ebout 25 m.p.h., b^ow 
'hr :5 m p h l.mit a'cn? thn age- 
lijn . i ;-., ■ .rn;? r-d ti-at Syai 
:'a!r:-cd t.j ;aw the wcman cr^ 
.si:^ th read and tried to stop. 

Accord r4 to rc'ice, t^a W(an^ 
at the fm? of the accident, had 
Tisfed thr " f th' four la -as, y>- 
ing from ean to w^sl. and m«8 
7truck bv Bvrd' soi ti.bound ^ 
'n the cuts'd? Ian* 

Ms Tw.'es was the third perf^ 
t ian f:-.:;lity cf the year ia Vi**. 
gin'a Beach and the si^.th tr^|^ 
death. • <' \^ 

A native of Petersrtwrg, 5^. 
Tcwles has been % sunmer r«i- 
dent (A Virginia Beach mmx 9^, 
She is a M4nter reski^ df C^i^ 
l<rttesvHe. -*• 

Sie is mxrm^A h^ a krathf . 
Rebel Lee Byrd of h^ 



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VIRG'J>TA BEACH — A mich fllie coc^any alsa repairs and 
netdcd serv'ce business has been rents hwn rr.cw«rs. 

-Benny's V^t;an Blind Servica. Hc-^«-h: Id bna;.p jigLenler lo- Friday mght was he (J.Dial 

't cf'tr' 'twentv-i'our hcur d'liv^ ^'^'^ "^''^ '*^^'' ^'•^^ ieat';re3 .p?£fl.M of the Cavalier Beach 

r^vlS' Ven^^ S e.erjthing fcr the J^aeho^i. Eraie gd ^ana Clab f<^ the sea«i. 

f -^ _ IS a we'll known l3cks»ith. Th^ o...nal coemng of the 

Benjamin Carl Forrnan rstlred Cavalitr Beaqh and Caoana C.ib 

from local business, ccnsisling c^' fer th6 season was celebrated 

a restatrErit ard real estate, due Friday night with a shrimp and 

to iU hcdth. b^€~ b-Jfa. 

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&/^ Service 



POCIMUNTAS VILLAGE GARDEN CLUB's new of liars are \MX to right) Mrs. Kesdall, Ustoriaa; 
^^n. FWtlB, Inuiirer: Mn. Barrios, reoording secretary; Mrs. Godwin, second t^ presideat; Mrs. 
■■'"■■■ flnt TlBe presiieBt; aad Mrs. Davis, prtri dent. ' 



Pocahontas Village GC Installation 



V5R0H«A IKIACH New offi- 
cers olithe ■ Pocahoritas Village 
Gffltl«i Club were installed with 
impres^ve cerenKHiy «i May 14 
»t the White Heron Motw hoAge. 
InsliaUation officer was Mrs. S. 
G- Irelaad, iuti<nial acaredited* 
jufdae. 



The ladies who wiH serve far 
Uie coming year are Mrs. J. E. 
Davis, president; Mrs A. John- 
am. first vice president; Mrs. J. 
T. GodMin. second vice president; 
Mrs. D. V. Barrios, recording 
secretary; Mrs. 0. J. Fortin, 
treasurer; and Mrs. G. J. Ken- 



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den, historian. 

A short business meting was 
held. Mrs. Kendall real the past 
year's history which was well re- 
ceived. Mrs. <Pavis was awarded 
the Sweepstalies award . for her 
thirteen blue ribbons in the artis- 
tic class, and Mrs. Kishbaugh won 
for her horticulture entries. 

For the installation ceremony, 
Mrs. Ireland read the duties for 
each office as a colored candle. 



ftoar Hall 

SHOPS F^ THE LADIES AND THEIR "DAUGHTERS 



It's iMtcr Than You Think! 



BtH 



. uv still hmv a tre.tw^dous sclcctwn of Batliimf 
Sui%i, bo^t 1 otid 2 piece for <i// (ujcs. 



Open Monday a% 
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Friday' cz citings ljl_9 PM 

Vm. Beicfi, Virginia 



^ ^^ _ ^ ^ a bad beginning is 

PrkOt flffir^ c-vic Ictivitirrha'viEg^r^ded"*'!!! a sign for a g^cd ending, in this 
X Uol ly/f fl/C Princess Arjie County, iiow the case the endxg should be tcps 

X"u might knew the rain tock 
ov3r Friday night, and for a 
while it toaked as though the 
nig!-.t was gDing to hi a com- 
p'.tte failure, but as the night 
went on the people started CMii- 
ir,'' n. 

Mrs. Rosidind Westgate will be 
the new social director this year 
fcr tile Cavalier. She is quite 
charming and I feel that the 
dub members can k)ck forward 
to a wonderful season under the 
si-M:rvison of a jwrson so cap- 
£j}!e. 

Same of those attaiding the 
buffet were: Mr. & Mrs. M. F. 
Camp, Mr. ft Mrs. R. H. Denton. 
Norman Arringtnn, Mr. & Mrs. 
Joe lagigUa, Col. & Mrs. Gerald 
H^^tkr, Mrs. Yetve Dudley, W. 
erations to be opened around the gnd^charter 'r^hevrU theTrTn" H. Bryant.' and P. C. Hartaiaii. 



civic activities, having resided in 
Princess Arjie County, how the 
City of Virgiaia iBeach, mi^ of 
his life. London Bridge is where 
he has lived fcr the past thirty 
years. 

Mr. Forsm^n has been extreme- 
ly EPtve in chcrch work at the 
Lcndon Bridge Baptist Cnurch. 
and was instrumental in helping 
to build the r resent new ciiurch. 

"Bennie," as he is known • to 
hi? friends, had been secretary 
and treasurer of the Sunday School 
d^artment for nine and one-half 



V:R3:.\T\ EEACH — Virginia 
~:::ch will be provided with 24- 
hour a day, 335 days a yeir basic 
postal service w.t.i the i: stai'.ation 
of a seH-service postal unit in tiio 
Pen-.brcke aoppirig Cent:r, Post- 
ma:ter J. T. Crosswhlte, Jr , an- 
nounctd recently. 

"Po£tmaster Gen-jral Lawrence 
F. O'Brien has authorized installa- 
tion cf the unit, in line with Presi- 
dent Johnson's mandate that the active with the Junior and 
qua ity of Federaljervu^es to the ^^^^ ^^^.^ ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^„. 
public be miproved, Postmahttr ^j^jj^g 

:ros5white said 'Tne innova^io- ^^ .^ ^ ^^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^ 
will supplement pres8:vt postal g^^^^^ ^^^ j^^, ^^^^^ 

operations by offering the most ^^^ ^^ ^^ g ^..^■^ ^^.^^ ^^^^ 
a^ed for services around the ^^^^^. ^^^^ ^j ^^^-^^ 
clock. It IS one o! 100 s.nru.ar op- j^^ ^.^^ „^ ^ ^^^ f^,^^^^^ 



couiytry within 
months." 



the next nine 



Th2 13' X 13' self-sehf ice unit will 
stand on an island in the parkir.g 
area of the shopping center. In ad- 



symiwlizing each rffice. was liglit- dition to mail boxes with snorkles 

■ ~ for drive-up mailii^, there wili be 

gave the prayo". vending machines for sujmps^, pos- 
tal cards, envelopes and minimum 
As a surpr:se, each ncvi- officer package insurance Letter and par- 
was presentoj with a gold naU ^.gi ^^^^^ ^ ^nd eoin chan^jer:;, 
adorned with.' her color flower, postal information placards and a 
and the president received a gold direct-line telephone to the post 



cess Anne Junior Chamber of 
Coirmerce, and is a c'^arter mem- 
ber ef the London Bridge Volun- 
teer F'ire Department. 

Bennie has also been aetive 
as a member of the Moose Lodge 



ed. Then heads bowed while she for drive-up mailiiffi, there wUi be « ^ortciK. 

He has served as a delegate 

representing Princess Anne Coun- 
ty at the IvCgisiature in Richmond 
ccn'cerning the Princess Anne 
and Norfolk Annexation Proeeed- 
ings, and was a long and active 



Miss Linda Hartman, Clyde 
Ramey, Ifiss Pat Murphy, Mr. & 
Mrs. Jim Mmlelder, Mr. ft Mrs. 
KennetK (Hoibert, Lt. ft Mrs. 
Kauetk C GimlKrt, Mr. ft Mrs. 
DaVid Lateb and Mr. ft Mrs. 
Natk^J^Mk. 



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and nails m«St work together to 
build 



suppcrter m countv and local 
goverrment, nelitical, civic and 
charit?ble affairs. 



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office for 24-hour information sen- 
ice will be available. A specially 
designed depository will accept 
pareelsi ^^ 

Four experimental mcdeis, in 
Canoga Parfc and Buena Park, 
California; Atlanta, Georgia; and 
Wh eaten, Maryland, underwent an 
extensive program of testing to de- 
velop the mo^ useful type of se'f- 
service cperaticn. By carefully 
evaulating test results, a composit.^ 
un't was designed by post office en- 
gineers using the n-ost siilable 
equipment and construction 

In recent surveys taken at the 
experimental models set up in sub- 
urban Waihington, D. C, and sub- 
urban Los .Angeles, Culifomia more 
than 90 per cent of the people in 
the r.ear-by areas praised the im- 
proved service. Postmaster J. T. 
Crosswhite, Jr., repcrled. 

The red, white ana blue unit re- 
flects contemp(irary styling with 
emphasis on a wido, overhanging, 
fully-lighted canopy as, protection 

aguin^t rain and sno>v The tiitire i » r I I J 

ur.it is protected with modern ScCOnd Motnerhood 
alarm devices, j. 

Postmaster Crossv\hite emj;hjsiz- 
cd that the self-Jcrvice operations 
do not replace regular post o.^lice 
functior^s. They will help reduce 
crrwdicg in lobbies of near-by post 
of'iees and shorten .waiting periods 
f jr services. Tnis will mean gre.il- 
zx cf'iciency, which i.? a necofsHy 
with mail volume rising at a rec- 
ord breakir.g annual rate of rnoie 
than five per cent. 




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VBS At Galilee 

VFRGINIA BEACH - Mrs_ Pay- 
ton W. Hull, Jr., is volunteer super- 
intendent cf the. Galilee Episcopal 
Vacation iBible School which will 
'be in session fronri 9 a.m. to 15N 
on June 13 through 17, and 20 
through 24 alt the church, 40th St. 
aiKl Pacific avenue. 

This is a ^hcol for pre-nursery 
through the eighth grade and will 
be taught by expert instructors. 

Please contact Mrs. Hull for 
further infoimation, or ca'l the 
church 'fice at 4:3-3573. 



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Fiinir, guardian o\ the Nib*lung treasure Alter killing the dragon, 
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a linden leaf stuck to his back. Mis eventual miirdrrer found this 
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VIRGLMA BEACH - Reg s'.ra- 
tions for the recond Red Cress 
Metherhocd class are new be- 
ing taken. First sessim for tiie 
ne^.v group is seheduled to begin 
June 13 at 10 a.m. 

Clas es sre held in the lieseue 
Squad bjilding, upy;air3 over the 
Fire Station, at 20'.h and Arctie 
ave.nue. 

No charge is nicde fir the 
class in instruction for the pros- 
ptclive ncw mothers. Fjrthr.- in- 
formation may be cblained by 
cailng GA 8-19C2. 



Country Day Elects 

VIRGLNL\ BE.\CH - Newly 
elected class presidents of County 
Ii)ay School for Girls will be in- 
stalled Fridsy by Lucy Valentine, 
new S'.udent Ccuncil president. 

To serve next year will be 
Elaine Sahbury, 12th grade; Tal- 
bot Jordan, llth grade: Mary 
Kctchiss,' 10th grade; Mittie Jor- 
dan, 9th grade; .\rn Sjllivan, 8th 
g. ade. and Leslie Hecht, Tith 
grade. 



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in her personal life that her northern sister never quite achieves. 

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Left to right M. F. Camp, Mrs. R. H. Denton, Mrs. M. F. Camp, and 
Norman Arrington entering the dining room at the tqieafaig of tkk 
Cavalier Beach and Cabana Club. 



St Francis VBS 

LVNJ^HAVf^ - Cteytwi E. 
Crigger/ via|r-in-chafge d St. 
Frtocis EpisdDftal (3iurch has an- 
nauneed Vacation Bible School 
wiH begm IManday, June 6 through 
Jufie 10 Trcm 9 a.ni.-12N., and will 
be for oWMren 4 years of age 
through high school. 

VBS is opeii to all children v ho 
would like to come; they need not 
be membefs of St. Francis. 

Theme to be studied will be 
"God Liv^ Today." 

St. Francis is located at 509 
Rosemont Road. 




Left to right David Loeb, NaUian Supak, Mrs. David Loeb aad Mrs. 
Nathan Supak relaxfaig after a delightful buffet at the open|ig of Ihe 
Cavalier Beach and Cabana Club. 



Cavalier Club 
Elects 

VIRGa^JIA BEu\CH - E'ection of 
officers to serve the Cavalier 
Beach and Cabana Club for the 
current year names Ludwell A. 
Strader, president of Strader L 
Co. in Lynchlbupg as the re-elected 
president* iCol. J. K. Hosletii-r 
(US.\ ret.) vice president; Rufus 
S. Kight, Jr., secretary; and Ed- 
ward H. ChtH-di, treasurer. 

The four perscns.elected by char- 
ter members of the c\vb to tiie 25- 
member boaitl are Gov. Mills God- 
win, Gen. Archibald Sproul of 
Lynchburg, Richard L_ Howell of 
Williamsburg, and E. H. Rawls, 
Jr., of Sdffeik. 



Union Kempsville 
Commencement 

KEMPSVILLE - Conxnence- 
ment exercises of Union Kemps- 
ville High School will be held on 
Friday evening, June 3, beginning 
at 8:15 o'clock. The address will 
be delivered by Dr. J. Rupert Pi- 
cott, Executive Secretary of the 
Virginia Teachers Association. 

Elmer Tarrall, Supervisor of 
Seeondary Ekiucation will extand 
greetings from the Vu^inia 9each 
City School Board and wiil a^v^aRd 
diplomas to honor graduates. . , 

J. V. Boykin, Principal,^will 
award diplomas to others, and 
announce scholarship recipients. 

These prcgranns will be held in 
the school gymnasium. 

The public is cwdially invited to 
be present. 




HELEN BOOKER has been an intregral part of hosteh-y at Virginia 
Beach and elsewhere for enough years to warrant her the title "Mn. 
Hotel Hostess." She has helped train many over the thorny path ot^ 
switchboard efficiency, executive and don^.estic management, but 
mainly she meets the public with graciousness and efficiency. Her«' 
the camera stops her for a moment to pose at the desk of the Ameri- 
cana Motor Lodge, where she wears many hats of employment. 
Mrs. Booker is on the right, and is assisted by Gladys Tignor, a true 
friend and helpmate, (photo by Cassandra) 



BREAKAWAY FOLK CLUB 

Saturdays 8:30-12:30 

Auditions — Saturdays 4:30 
BREAKERS HOTEL 
Adm. $1.00 25th & Ocean Front Coffee & Food 




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"COME BACK AT ANY TIME." Invites City Manager RusseH 
Hatchett after the Virginia Beach unite of the League of Women 
Voterg had attended a meeting of City Council last week and later 
toured City Hall. Anyone there you recognize? 

Stop, Look & Listen Tour 



VIRGINIA beach-As a child 
we were {^cinated by the antics 
and <(gh-j;riks t^f one of our 
favorite aunts, Vingijiia— dublbcd 
"Jinx," jwHo had the colossal 
nerve to jain the Rights fjr 
Women Voters in 1917. She lived« 
in Washington, and ita her de- 
light) was actually jailed for 
marching down Psnnsylvania Av3- 
' nue waving a banner baaring the 
words "I am a Suffragette." 

Pl'oneers like "Aunt Jinx" are 
p£"tly rerp:ns;ble for women to- 
day who feel they are definitely 
cc^'ble of baing inf)r:Ti3d a.nd 
cif having a sav-sa in govern- 
ment on the Iccal, stito and na- 
tional level. ' 

The Virginia BeEch L3ague of 
Wcoien Voters recently de'csndsd 
on the Virginia Beach City Council 
meeting to observe, to a.sk ques- 
tions and to influence people to 
vote in the coming councilmanic 
election, which incidentally has 
women in the race, for the first 
time at Virginia Beach. 

City Treasurer V. k. (Jack> 
Etheridge was host to the tour 
for the Leaigue, and after sitting 
in the Council meeting, where their 
only complaint was the bad acous- 
^ tics in the room, they were pres?nf 
ed to Ann Cotton, the city- voting 
registrar' who explained where 
people could register to .voite in 
all primary and secondary elec- 
tions and who answered many 
qu<t|(fioris about Virginia's voting 
laws. 

Etheridge introduced City 
Sergeant John Marr who has a 
d<ifinite mind of his own when it 
came to the "molly-caddling*' of 
twmf*| i> i|i; Wi h ey " (Ar^nrti .- n^ed^": 
basebaH. lenna, D»r' other rec' 



reaticnal forms when they are be- 
ing punished in a short-term sen- 
tence. Denying a child what he 
wants is the best possible punish- 
ment." he said. Some ladies did 
not agree. 

Ivan Ma.'p, Virginia Beach's 
Ccmmi^sioner of Revenue, S|xnt- 
two hours introducing the 
Leaguers, ai; proximately 45, to a 
tOLr cf the city jail,, the tax ad- 
ministration building and the city 
plannirg offices. Each deoart- 
ment head gave an explanation 
of each working group. Mason 
r. -rage sjske of the great 
p-c'-jlem-- cf any city growing as 
fast as Virginia Beach, and ex- 
plained, wilh m3::s, tine City's 
plans fcr future growth. 

We saw deeds and wills of plats 
of land dating back to the '70's, 
all written in a fine old-English 
handwriting (some translation 
was necessary*. The City Hall in 
Princess Anne is historic in a 
quiet dignified setting. 

The League of Women Voters 
cf Virginia Beach had toured the 
sacred precincts of the city 
fathers who took time and effort 
and gave true Southern hospitali- 
ty to them on a busy Monday 
pnorning. 



Promote VBLT 



VIRGINIA BEACH-A t^thtoi 
to rrcmote the sale of seas<»i 
tickets for the productions of the 
Virginia Beach Little 'nie&tr<S 
ambitious program tA olays \at 
nex't season will be h^Id Monday 
and Tuesday evenings next week. 
accordifig to an announcement , by 
Sam Hakim. 

The schedule of plays to be pre* 
sent:d in the Courtyai'd Playhcui» 
include a blade tie gala op^tiing 
in October with the tnusica'l "Brig- 
adooii" to be foltowed in Pe- 
cetrber with Agatha Christi's mys- 
tery "Mousetrap." "Look Hcmef- 
ward Angel" is set for Februaiy. 
•nie Little Theatre's first Shake- 
sperian production "Twelfth Nigtt" 
will run in April, and the comedy 
"Kind Sir" will cfcee the season 
in June. 

Anne 1 Henry has been elected 
as the theatre's first woman pres- 
ident. Bill Britton is vk:e prea- 
dent; Shirley Fentress, recording 
secretary; Chi Chi Lively, cor- 
responding sesretary; and' Herbert 
Harrell, treasurer. 

Added to the Boad of Krectbrs 
are Neal Thotnas. Harrell. Pe^ie 
MacArthur, Floss Lawson. and 
Britten. 

Anne Henry is a charter mem- 
ber of the Virginia Beach Little 
Theatre which has been in ex- 
istance ntarly 20 years. She was 
in the very first presentation of 




Miss Elaine Ashby Coy.ier 

Local Girl Grcids 

VIRGINiA BEACH - Two local 
girls l.iave received degree? dur- 
ing graduation exencisas at Strat- 
ford College in Danville last week. 

iMiss Florence Lelia Reinhardt, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Steven Re'nherdt of 53C2 Atlantic 
ave.. received the Assnciate of 
Arts degree. She i? a graduata 
of Virginia Bc?ch High Schoo! 

Miss Elaine Ashby Covner, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Edwin 
Alexander CovTier of 423 Rudee 
blvd.. received the Associate of 
Science degree. She was a men- 
ber of the Genran Club, ? sx'ial 
organization; the Christian A'- 
sociatlton; and the Internationa"] 
Relations Club. 





VB Eagles 
To Install 

This Saturday night June 4. 1966 
,rtkV Virginiftf^i ,^., ^, . , , 
Fraternal Order of Eagles is jbold- 
ing their joW ins^tallation ■ oi( of- 
fijre;. 

IiTJTiediately foUcwing the in- 
stallation of .Aerie and Auxiliary 
officers there will be a b- i''et style 
dinner 

Foil: wing the dinner f-ere will 
be a dance wilh music fjmished 
by the Fireside Quintet. 

The iniiallation, d'nncr and 
d.;nce will be held li the Eagles 
FcT.e en Pleasure Hjuse Rd. in 
Chesaipeake Beach, starting at 
7 p.m. Admission at the door. 

The public is cordiaJly invited. 

, Fashion Show 

LITTLE CREEK - "ttje Little 
Croek Officers' Cub will be the 
setting for the "Rose Luncheon"' 
of the .Amphibious Force Officers' 
Wives' Club on June i starting 
with a social hour at 11:30 a.m. 

The ladies of 00\nTlIBTRA- 
UANT headed by Mrs. F. W. Van- 
noy, assisted by Mrs, S. H. Mac- 
Gregor. Jr. decorations chairman, 
and Mrs. C. W. Ward, arrar^e- 
ments chairman, will be hostesses 
fcr the afternoon. 

A fashion show will be present- 
ed by Rose Hall featuring the 
latest and lovliest apparel from 
their Specialty Shop. Commentary 
will be by Suzanne Lawton and 
John Gilliland. 

Another point of interest will 
be an election of officers. 




Miss Margaret Holt Coleman 

Honor Graduate 

VIRGINLA BEACH - Miss Mar- 
garet Holt Coleman, daughter oC 
Mr. and Mrs. C E.' Herbert of 
Virginia Beach, will graduate June 
6 from Mount Vernon Junior Col- 
lege in Washington. D. C. She was 
a 1964 graduate of the Country 
Day School for Giris. 

Miss Coleman is president of the 
o'.I ege dramatics group, ".The 
Curtain Callers" and chairman of 
the Chapel Committee. She M also 
a member of Pbi Theta Kapf>^i 
the National Junk>r t^oUege Hondr 
Society.^ , ', 

On May 17. the college held its 
Hinor Assembly and Capping with 
rrvards being presenteid b^ tbe 
Dean and President, ^ss Cole- 
man was the recipient of- fbtir 
awards. She was presented with 
the Drama Cup, the Prenfrh Xw-> 
ard. was one of four stuftlentB tt> 
win the Citizenship Award which 
is voted u(X)n by the students and 
approved by the faculty and ad- 
ministration, and she was the first 
one to receive the Citizenship Ci'ii 
Aiv^ard which bad not b^en giv^n 
since 1963 and which is presented 
to tbe most outstanding stuident. 

Miss Coleman plans to make a 
trip on June 22 on the Queen EUz- 
aiheth to spend the summer abroad 
with college friends, visiting the 
heart of Europe, Scandinavia and 
Berlin. 

•Upon her return, ^e witi enter 
HoUins College as a junior. 



Anne ftiittf. llMrihef- "JAnitof,' 
Botir prIiiiiHii! (sitft {tholo by 
P|idi<ict> 

"My Sifiifel- 6lie«i" and has been 
ci^tiqdaiiy Active in ail phaste 
of Uttle theatre work both on 
stagie ahd behind Ih^ scenes. She 
laughingly crilk herself the 'jani- 
tor.' but it is bvkltot that she 
wi^ys (StfeTy facet af hometown 
show busimss. She could not be 
csllled an ftmatetir in the 'busi- 
ness', holifr^er, as siie served as 
a pTofesstoMil VlWh traveling for; 
the Bert Clastej- productions, and 
she was "Ml5s Alaie" of the TV 
show "ftbnjjjei' IttHiMn" a few years 
back. 

Aw»e Brtjdys UtUe Theatre work 
as a hcfellV^ #bite hfer real pro- 
fessicfial m h dl^oted to the 
edueatitni of ioeal children. %e 
has been a si^eftih grade teacher 
of math and sehSrfce and W. T. 
Cooke scHoai tor mSny years, and 
when the fall tbrftl begins in Sep- 
tetrbel- She *iH be found at the 
newest elemeniary school at Alan- 
ton. She rfeveafleq that the school 
Sits on wtt^t 4itB 0nc>e a part of 
her grandfathiir'9 item, and she 
finds it fdiiiy to l^nk that she 
may be teaching dt a spot whidi 
was once ''Granfljf's pea patdi" 

She is the «ri(e of Bob Henry 
who is Qr^wsbl sui^visor. and 
they hav6 two children. Leah who 
is a Hsiitg coltege sqihomore, 
and Bill who Will afeo be a sopho- 
more next year, but in hi^ 
school. Iliey live WppH^ tog^her 
oh 27fh stri^ with the fami^ dog 
named "GlrJ." 

Ail'vi^n as tdkitijt on the pi«s^- 
dent7 b! tiii; Virslniif Peach Uttle 
T?ieatre; Mrs. Wtifi keeps 14) 
to date tM )s(M:tittklh by serving 
as the lUeOitllHS «fecretary of 
Oistrjct i^ Cltt#tj|(iti Teachers. 
Si^ ea^.ed H#:|tilters degree 
, at Loij«w(W ' .ddiM^. ; , 

\aar> t^i»Jn'6!>pf««Vs tw;VM.T 
^iU (>p{»UViM¥iaiii>i^.'^ 3. 
mi -^.Hi^r «Uj:'R«tJ,i';ahd 
I? 8aW-t«^Wlfi?^'"fupoi<^l play" 
fv*r {»rD*i(;i*l.by Ui*.loc«l groog. 
tbtpiB ^ be iSfcn id the cSsi a>e 
Gacv Jiibrtii ^Aiihe .. PehnferHpn; 
Georgef MeMi. Ait|e)a Walker. 
T{'m Everly. ^ ; JWainy. right. 
iBcb , FuntsiSi Saindy Ifastie,, «hd 
lari ^oOckvlfl. . V • 

direct^ \f>' G«o. wahSms, Jt 
w'li run June '3. 4i 5. 10, and IL 
The box oJftcS wiM b6 cr*" oifi 
tire .da*s of perfbrmanoes from 
10 a.m. to 1 .o,cn. ^nd 6 p.m. 
until curtata tlrtie 8:30 p.m. Piione 
n*trf>er is tlA-9iB0L. 

•Rje CtWftYafd Playhouse is on 
17th street, brtwien Atlantic and 
Pacific avehues. 




Meeting 



^VIRGfiSSA BEAOH-mie Ladies 
Auxiliary, iw No. 8. will meet 
Wedneeday, ilnteft, at 8 pjn. at 
the FX)P dti)^. 



CUNtC mucEst 

• HAIRCUT $1.00 

• SHAMPOO & SET $1.SI 

• RETOUCH $4.71 

• PERMANENTS . . . $«.iO 

• FROSTING ....$10.00 



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Trip To Nag 's Head 

VIRGINIA BEACH-A tr^) to 
Nag's Head is planned by the 
Goiden Years Ckib for June 7. 
MrirlKTs, prospective men^bws 
and guests will meet at the First 
Prc-byterian Church and leave by 
I chartered bus at 9 a.m. 

Saheduled events of the tr^) 
inchcte a stop at Lhe Wright 
Memorial, lunch at the CMoikia, 
and a tour of Nag's head kirfore 
returning to the Beach. 

.\11 interested in events- of the 
Galden Years Club or in the trii? 
Fj-ecifically may caB Myrtice 
Parker at GA M7S7 to make 
reservations. 



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a)ITOIHAI4y|PEAiaNG 



The City Council Election 



Regardless of any future action in the 
courts, 0*we will be a City Council elec- 
tion in Vir9inia Beach on June 1 4. We 
have \3tt&f% and still are in complete 
sympaltiy with the seven-four repre- 
sentation plan passed by the present 
Council and t^ Virginia General As- 
sembly, rtien called valid by ihe U. S. 
District Cwjrt. We still consider it an 
equitabte and. sound plan, no matter 
what the ^peals Court says. 



date to the letter. But at least the ap- 
peals a)urt did not wish to cause any 
further hardship upon Virginia Beach 
and has allowed the June election to 
p'roceed. Now the Supreme Court of the 
United States must decide. 

We, therefore, endorse and support 
the eleven organization candidates for 
City Council. Without exception they 
are ex^lent leaders, worthy and well- 
qualified to govern our growing city. 



NICE mumiits 






Actually there is little difference in Although four members of the ticket 
the opinion of the lower court and the are newcomers, they are not newcom- 
decision of the appeals court. The lower ers to positions of leadership, particular- 
court took into consideration the pe- ly in civic affairs. The Organization Has 
culiar problems of the boroughs of Vir- been conducting a good campaign on a 
ginia Beach and stated that while the precinct level, meeting and talking with 
seven-four pl^n did not follow the man- individual voters and talking with small 
date of one-ntan one-vote to the gnDups. 

letter, it was a good plan. The judge The mentbers of the Organization 

also said he did not believe the devia- ticket have been willing to discuss all 

tion-was serioui enough to call the plan the issues»with anyone, and they have 

unconstitutional. Now the appeals court done a fine job of doing just that. 
has said it understands the sound rea- Seven members of the ticket have 

soning behind the seven-four plan, but proven records in munkipal matters. 




that it is unconstitutional because it does 
not follow #» one-man, one-vote man 



An Ounce Of Prevention 

As another tourist season moves into 



They have done an excellent job in gov- 
erning our city in its fledging /ears. 
They know the problems and objec- 
tives and deserve to be reelected. We, 

therefore support for reelection the fol- this week' is out, more than 1700 
lowing candidates: Lawrence Marshall, 

high gear in Virginia Beach, we regret Bayside,- Kenneth Vi/hitehurst, Pun^o; S. 

we must warn our tourist friends as Paul Brown, Princess Anne; Earl Tebault 

well as the permanent residents of the Blackwater; John McCombs, Virginia 

influx of criminals and confidence men Beach; Al Bonney, Kempsville; and 

and women who come here every year Frank Dusch, at-large: . 

to practice their devious and wily ways. Murray Ma I bo n, 'Robert" Cromwell 
There are certain rules which should and George Ferrell, all running at-large, 

be followed, particularly by tourists ^''^ well known in Virginia Beach. Fer- 

staying in the moteJ;B and hotels of Vir- rell has been Chairman of the School 

ginia Beach. They should never leave Board, a most responsible job. Crom- 

rooms unlocked either while they are well has served on the bench in Virginia 

thereor while they are out. The reasons Beach and Malbon, has long been a 

for keeping a room locked while they highly respected businessman in our , , ■ . a . . tl i 

are there are obvious enough, but city. The other newcomer, G. Dewey before registered to vote. They have 

Simmons, Jr., running for the Lynn- ^T ^^Z '°^ T' ' ^'^^^^Q^ *^®'® '\ 
haven resident seat has long been a be- '!'" "° °^^'^'^' tabulation, it is expected 
hind the scenes woHcer in civic projects ^^^^ ";'°? people will be registered to 

=.„^ \. = w,«ii I ,«,i ^-»,r» J vote by June 12 than ever-before m the 

history of Virginia Beach. Now only one 



Commencement Time In Virginia Beach 



the growth of Virginia Beach one sta- 
tistic may bring them to reality. Before 

stu- 

Time Is Drawing Short 

Just a few more days remain for 
registering to vote in the July 1 2 Demo- 
cratic primary. The books will close on 
June 12, and anyone not registered by 
that time is simply out of luck. 

We wish to commend the council 
candidates and several civic organiza- 
tions for their efforts in getting new 
residents of Virginia Beach and estab- 
lished residents who have never voted 



when they are not there and leave a 
room unlocked, they ^x'^ allowing a 
thief to enter easily. There is that parti- 
cular type of vermin who tries all the 
door! or who watches a hallway until 
he -finds a temporarily vacant room, 
then enters and rifles it. The easiest way 
to discourage this type of thing is to 
kxk the door. 

Other types of thieves thrive on in- 
rracent victims too. They wait until a 



and is a well-known real estate man. 
We highly endorse the election of these 
four men also. 

The Organization has picked emi- 
nently qualified men to hold 5uch high 
public office and the voters of Virginia 
Beach should respect the fine record of 



more public-spirited thing remains to 

be done. Those same record-breaking )^°'^®.-, ^® °"'y.,_^°P^ ""^^ ^^" 

numbers must show up at the polls. 

We can think of no better way to 
exercise one of our basic freedoms than 
to get out and vote. For that one nriust 



iiuwciii viciiiii:, luu. ir.ey wdir unni d the Organization! in the past, as well as , - .^ , ..,.,. ^, ■ r ., 

person has left his beach blanket, then its future objectives, and elecf on June be registered. With the removal of poll 

take anything that is not nailed down or 1 4 the eleven Organization candidates '^^ requirements, the process is simpler 

lift the hotel room key for the purpose to the City Council of Virginia Beach. th^" ever before and less expensive 
r .ri. ' ^ ^ There is no reason tor anvone who 

In addition tourists are advised to be This Is Dairy Month . . . Again 
wary of new persons met on the beach ' ° 

who may be working with a confeder- June 1966 marks the 30th time that 

ate. The new acquaintance may keep this month has been designated "Dairy 

the tourist occupied after stealing the Month." And finally the dairy speclal- 

sts have come through with the reasons 



IS no reason tor anyone 
qualifies not being registered to vote. 

The registrars have made themselves 
available extra hours, including nights, 
and have made their locations generally 
known. That is all they can do. The rest 



room key and passing it jo a confeder- 
ate. 

Another type of bum the tourist 
should watch out for is the one who 



will graduate. That figure represents 
just about three times the number who 
graduated ten years ago. And by next 
year the number will be even greater, 
with a graduating class from still 
another high school. 

Graduation time to the student is cer- 
tainly an exciting time. It brings about 
the end of one era and the beginning 
of another. Many will go on to college 
to prepare themselves for the complex 
world of 'today. Some will go Iname- 
diately into the business world. Others 
will becohie homemakers immediately 
and a few will enter the armed forces 
of our country. Wherever they go and 
whatever they do, they take yvith them 
a prized possession — a high school di- 
ploma. 

We only hope they are able to attend 
college if they wish. Colleges today ace 
so badly overcrowded and getting 

find 
jobs, if they wish to work now, since 
competition is keener today than ever 
before. We only hope they can fight 
for our country If they must and be- 
come the leaders of tomorrow vvho can 
lead us out of the tensions the world 
knows today. 

These graduates of this week are 
our hope for tomorrow. They can no 
longer be the carefree teenagers they 
were last week. Now they must take 
on the great responsibilities of being 
high school graduates. 

We congratulate them on their com- 
mencement day and wish them the best 



is up to the Individual citizen 

We consider the July Democratic pri 
June has been chosen and not some mary an extremely important election, of everything as they commence their 
other month. since both U. S. Senators will be nomi- new lives. 

The first is the abundance of milk at nated by the Democratic Party .\As many And we note with regret that the 

arrives uninvited at a party. He could be this time of the year. Cows are feeding people as possible must be registered Class of '66 will be the last of Virginia 

interested in the contents of the room, on the lush green pastures and their to vote and then they must vote. Beach High School, but we note with 

Tourists report to police thousands of production is nohnally quite high at Remember the deadline is now only pride that the class of '67 will be the 

dollars in cash or propery stolen every this time. And we are told that the milk ^ few days away. If you haye not reg- first class in the brand new building to 

they produce on pasture is a little bit jstered, please, out of respect for your- 
better, although we have never noticed, selves and your part in the governing 
Seems it has something to do with a of our country, do so. 



GuWs-Eye View 

BY N. S. CROW 



% o_. 



m 



The way rumors hwe bsen Ty- 
ing latdy, I decided to do » little 
flying too. I let tha security of nqr 
perch <Mi Pacaic IVvcraie airf set a 
course for City Hall at Princess 
Anne. 

Actually I W2nt there to d3 a 
little investigat.ng, and 1 ncsdsd a 
bird's eye view. A fel'ow i»y ths 
name of Etheridge, the City 
Trsaiurer, I thitk, and ths Vir- 
ginia ©each ca-Tipaign manager for 
a 'fellow by the name of Spor.g 
frcm Portsmouth, I was told had 
b:en quoted in a Norfolk paper 
as saying thai! other city depart- 
ments were trying to hir? his c'lici? 
workers away from him, for some 
reason or another. We asked all 
the City Hall bird population and 
could find ab£clut2ly no evidenct 
of this.^ Thay seemed to think it 
could be another "phantom in the 
sky." 

This same Etheridge though did 
have seme trouble with some of tho 
employees in his office. That I am 
certain of- I made a stop in a 
deserted dffice and had plenty of 
time to read signed statements 
written by folks who had mcently 
quit their jobs in the Treasurer's 
office. They quit because they had 
b3en told by influential persons in 
the Treasurer's "office they would 
have to be firsd, after not taking 
part in Spong rallies as told to do, 
according to the statements. They 
say they were even told how to 
dress for the rallies they did not 
attend. That really ruf.led my tail 
feathers. The employees wei e quci- 
tion:d about their loyalties ana 
about bumper stickers after they 



did not s|>cw up at th3 pg^tM ^t- 
togetbers, ti>e stal Kn entt say. 
koa^ that. They said ^^ did 
rxA fed they sbo^d j!>e s^ijteted to 
that kiid of pressure, so ftey re- 
signed. 

Now, there's s3a:eihiDg new . . . 
intrigue r jgfo:; in a city <tffice. 

While we wera tb€«-e, we buacd 
the Treasurer's office from Kv^al 
different a'titudss, and were ab!vi to 
pick up some other mo^ intsrest- 
ing tidbits of informatioo Ik». 

One of those Ud|»It5 was reaBy 
fascins4ing, and we 'wouM like tu 
ask Mir. "prospectiv« aAniolstra- 
tive assistant" Etheridge about a 
rumor we heard. Did he really 
pass around a petition in his oifice 
alter those lolks resiped? And if, 
so, didn't that petition say that no 
one in the Treasurer's ciffice was 
being pressured in any way to 
work fcT Spong? And did all of his 
employees sign that petition, if 
there was one? I sure would like 
some straight angers to thos3 
questians. You hear so many 
things these days, I just want to 
krow the truth. 

You know this senatorial cam- 
paign is really interesting in Vir- 
ginia Beach. It is rising to a fever 
pitch. Perhaps Mr Etheridge 
should go duck hunting for a day 
or so. It might relax 1^ con- 
siderably. But come to tf»Mk of it, 
I hope he can tell a dudc from a 
crew. I w^ouldn't want to tose any 
relatives in this campaign 

Well, I must fly. Lock for me in 
the most unllkt'ly iplaces. I'M be 
there, until we meet right here 
jlgain next week. 



■For those who may not be aware of dents of Virginia Beach high schools 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH 
OPEN FORUM 



Dear Sir: 

Once i-;4ain the public is being 
. ondtmned by (lie pi'ess because 
of cur lack of respect for the 
fl:-3 in last week"? Armed Fores 
Day parade. Believe me, it is 
net apathy on. our part— it is con- 
fusion! And it might be wise to 
examine the cause instead of 
criticize Ihe' result. 

Nearly every unit in the parade 
carried, an American flag. I think 
the parade cnmmitt?c could well 
take a lesson fram the military 



and have one— and only one-^color 
g.;ard leading the parade, and let 
the individual units carry their 
own banners or pennants. If the 
Virginia police, who led this 
parade with magnificence, had , ^ 
been designated the ONE AND 
OWi color guard. I am saro 
you would have found the public 
willing and eager to pay all 
prcper rrncct to our flag. 
Very truly yours, m , 

Marjciic ri. Ktlley • 



Council Plan Appeal 



• Continued Frcm Pag::.lAi ■ 

ecvcn-fcur flan,- unr'cr the provi- 
siors if wh'ch cn3 rssldcn;. rcnx- 
sTitative is ekctcd fr^m each of 
lac seven boroughs and four rjo- 
rescntalive; elected at-large, fit 
the kgal euidclincs. 

Th? a;;; cah court d d n)t wr- 
tli: cw the forthcoming . inincil- 
matlc f'cction o' June 14, The deci- 
sion rcird, "W'.' think such w.r, Id 
be an un:e:d:d d'-turb^nc a 
nui!.ici;a' aT.''airs rt this time." 

Tn.;se canddctcs cl 



new 



wi'l serve o.-rly until other plans 



can be n.a 



or th? case is once 



again overruled by the U. S. Su- 
preme Couit. 

Sl:culd the SuiTCT.e Ccurt u'> 
hc'd the appca's ccu:t a new jplaii 
will have t) be drann ard ,<! ^rj] 
by th; Virgipia GcnR.-al X.sscT.bly 
at its next session. Under these 
crnditicnj. the c.iuncllmcn r ^..xA 
T.,v: wcu'd serve only abcut hall of 
their expected Icur year term. 

The p'antiffs in the .suit, n fm-o 
the appeal, c'a'mcd al lea 1 a par- 
tiaj, victory. They >i;id ilic \u-e 
icllsficd with the ruling, b.t s::id 
they were disappointed witli ih' 
delay in rea-pc-ffinr.g The ai- 
peal apparently came as a bit of a 
sjrprise to at least one of tiie 
pialnlil's, -who said, "I believe an 



ci:;;:al would be h'ghly un'ikely. 
Tl.cy wau'dn't have a prayer." 

Then Tuesday aftern^an, C:uncl 
released its stand, s'gned by the 
Cty Manager. The text of the 
italcmcnt is as follows: 

"'Believing that the 'sevrn-foui' 
plan n-.aic equitably re;^rcs: ts the 
iecjie cf tho City of Virgnia 
Bc'ch and is a consUtullonally 
va'id i'an, I have been directed by 
the Council t:) slate that an sp;ral 
te the SuprcT.e Tourt of the U' ited 
States \. 11 be carried forth in order 
to u ha'd the orginal opinlcn of 
Ji::',;c iloirma::." 

The rcaYartiormrE't ca'e con- 
cernfcg the Citv of Virginia Beach 
has been in and aut cf courts a..^ 
til a.d on confererxe tables f(ir 
n-.;'re tha", two years £t pretcrl. 
ard it b.gins to lock Ilk? the final 
chc.tr is far from being wntlen. 

T.rc rexl step must of nfce.s^ity 
c-ncc from the U. S. Supreme 
Ccurt. II ncu.t decide whvthcr it 
will he:r the ca-e. That decision 
c ,u!d he quite a whi'e in coming, 
and if it does decids to hear it. 
the act.wl hearin" could be some 
nionths away. Meanwhile there is 
.^t:!! a C.ly Council election on 
Jure 14 to elect eleven member:^ 
cl thai bcdy under the controversal 
sevc-.-fcur plan. 



year. N^rly every one of the thefts 
could have been avoided had the tour- 
ist been more careful. 

Of -course automobiles should be 
locked at all times when parked, and 
never should anything be left in the 
car worth stealing. This is merely 
another rule of good common sense, 



little more Vitamin A and carotin, what- 
ever that is. 

The second reason is probably more 
important. Milk needs _ promotion In 
June, since, for some unknown reason. 



be known as Oceana High &hool. 
Whatever the.name, we welcome it to 
Virginia Beach. 



PROCLAMATION 



Graduation This Week ^'T Traffic 



but it is almost unbelievable how many the consumption of milk drops off con 

cases are on record where people did siderably in June. According to the ex 
not follow the rule. 

It is mdeed unfortunate that we must 

wern our tourist friends when they need. Take warning. 
oon^ to Virginia Beach, but there are Thirdly, milk and mjik prpducts arp 

ahways those dishonest folks just wait- ideal for summer eating. A glass of milk 



(Continued From Page One) 

Awani: Evo-ett Willis. German 
Club Award; Roxa.cne Pause, Key- 



ing to feed on the unsuspecting tourist 
here or anywhere else for a good time. 
We have listed scMne of the things to 
bok out for. We cannot list them all. 




perts, by the way, Virginians are NOT ettes Award, Flar#nce Hicks. Math 
consunning the .mount of milk they ^.'cC^.^eS. *""■ 

Cheerleadog |^5pp^■■<^s were pre- 
^Otfd to Be*» iipddingfisH. Linda 
Baker. Yvome Brown. Denise 
Vst'ii ai^ ^ 0£uX>me. also 
prn^ giA4*i#-^g chea-leader. 
Linda Lewis was r.anncd the most 
charmii^ of the group. 

Twenty-three seniors <« the drili 
teani were naned oi ^staa^g g stu- 
d tgi far ttft 'mA WWJI^ . 



is quite ref reshir^g on hot summer days. 

So June is Dairy month, and since 

one of the largest dairy producers in 

the area is in Virginia Beach and an im- 

I evecycM^ think twice portant part of our economy, we m^ 

^ criminal l^ chanc» y»i to help cd^ate Dairy Month this 

^1^ In Vi^if Bee<A. Juj». 



stadent; Jo Elaine WilkMS^y. ^■ 
staoding typiM; and Dotra Pai^h 
(HrtatVJdlng buaaea madwne op- 
ento". 

Ubrary awards went to Pat 
Don. Kinda H}Mas aad Myrtle 
Godwin. 

•tte Trmity TVi'K-Y Award was 
{resented to Mary Qr^iaoi- 

Beverly Di»>n receiwtf the vale- 
dkdtoriaa fwarti ^4 ^^ Ckim 
md was^xie^iBd w^ ikf Salu- 
torian attwd. 

m Prop^P Aone i^ Schod 
amrtk wit opt ba prcseetei) unlU 
tte gr^ka^Da'cxefciae this we«- 
e«L Atbklk aKanh st. P.\K 
wm Aiij ii Ulli i i ^ ^|l 



I Continued From Page L\i 

period* Ferry revenue in 19.13 
amourtcd to $5,02S.737.45?> $2,554,- 
559.05 be'cw what was brought in 
by the Bricfee-Turjiel in 1986. 

In 1£S3, cars accounted for S5. 
115.833.30, an iua-ease (rf 75.6 per 
cent; tracks Maled up llJTS.ass. 
ao ia-rrta^ |f 13.2 per cart; and 
busses brodght in $247,110.23. an 
incrtase of "SI per ce::4. Tstal 
revessje to J935 w^ $7JK,295 50. 

Tliese conifarisous wwi taker, 
irmn those two ^cars because 193." 
Hk^a the l^t fidl caieaiv year 
of ^jsratkon ior the ferry ^i "mi 
w«s Ike first bM. caimdar year of 
operates % d» Braij»-Tbnocl. 



WHERE.-\S. the .^ssociaJon of rommcnwealth's Attorneys of Vir- 
ginia "s comprised cf pro>:ecutiPg -torneys of various cities and coun- 
t.es within this CimnKnwcalth; a.vd 

WIIERH'S, this Asscciatian seeks to encourage effective and well 
informed law enforcement LnA fair and vigorous prosecution of those 

charged with crime: and 

.^"I^^^-.the Association of Cc3imDWi|alfh's Attorr.-ys of Vir- 
ginia Will ho d Its T«enty<;eventh .\nr.ud i«eting in the Ckv of Vir- 
gmia Beach on June 13. 17 and 18 1953 

NOW. THMtEFORE I FRAN-K A.' WffiOH. Mayor of the City of 
Virginia Beach, do hereby procli-jn ths said meetkg period as 

-.ASSCKMTIO.N OF Ca\lMC.VWE.\LTH-S ATTaRNEVs mm" 
In the City cf Virginia Beach, ard on behaU of ti»e cttittna I do her^y 
extend a heartv'wdccme to our distinguished gi»ests and their families 
It IS cleany a duty to observe and obey the tew. ami I <k} remind th - 
people that with our irelividual r^bts as citians go individual res|^- 

IN *mp5 ^-mmOF. I have hereurto srt my hand and c«ised ' 
the seal of the City cf Virginia Beach to be dfixsd 

S FTL\.\K A. Vmm. MAYOR 
CIT\' OF VII«IB^A MACW 



P 



u 



REVIEW 



Up In The Shade 



Wedgewood Dinner-Treatre, To- 
ai;j|^VingiJiia, tfaromgh June 25. 

UO in tbe Slade by N. Richard 
Narh, miL^ic by Tom Jones and 
lyrics by Harvey Schmidt. Di- 
rected bv Frank Starcba. Chore- 
ography by David McClung. Vocal 
l,;€Cti.n by Frames Breeze. Or- 
chestral direction by Josej^ C>:;- 
bsrti. Costumes by Carolee Silcox. 
Settings by Paul Mdings. Light- 
ing by Sterhen Osbrack. Can in- 
c'udei: Arden Starcba, LaVerne 
Watson, Bailey Davis, Ron Retd, 
Sandra Wade McCIung. J. C. 
Calhoun and Larry Guy. 

The ipusical, 118 In the Shade is 
taken directly from Uie romantic 
comedy. The Raimnaker. Actual- 
ly the original play is still there 
with many of Uie lines set to 
mur.'c and a few songs added. If 
tnythirig, the musical adaption is 
better than the play, since the 
music lends itseilf so well to 
the script. Perhaps it just seems 
that way because of the perfection 
of the Wedgewood production. 

The action is set on a hot 
sjmmer day in the early 30's 
in a small town somewhere out 
west. The area is in the midst 
of a drought, which is affecting 
everyone in one way or another. 
The Ouirry family is deeply af- 
fected. The father, H. C. and 
^is two sons, the practical and 
ealistic Noah and the fun-loving, 
not necessarily too bright, Jimmy, 
are involved in finding a husband 
for Lizzie, the only daughter. Ad- 
mittedly, Lizzie is not beautiful. 
In fact, she covers any beauty 
she ha? with a superior intellect 
and a hard facade. 

Into this scene comes Bill .Star- 
buck, a con man who olaimfis to 
be a rainmaker. His spellbinding 
convinces everyone but Lizzie 
and Noah, but even they are 
touched deeply by his short stay 
in the town. 

Arden Staroba, as Lizzie, is 
maignificient. She captures all the 
si^nsitivity and lonliness of the 
pro-T;ective old maid to perfection. 
Tn the gay ani lighthcarted 
scenes she shows well the other 
side of Lizzie's ctoractcr, and in 
the tender moments, she fairly 
radiates. Miss Staroba adds 
another dimension to her already 
Jong list of accomplishments at 
WLdocw-rd by exhibiting a nice 
singing voice. 

©ailey D,avis does a nice job 
as Starbuck, rainmaker with 



many wonderful dreams, but por- 
trays the role with just a bit, too 
mtch iniLensity and at t;m3s a 
shade of a< bellicose altitude. His 
fine singing ability, and excefleirt 
fluid movement on stage more 
t'-ian make up for any shorti:am- 
ing. and he carries the role ol 
well. He has the audience sym- 
pathy and excitement from his 
first entrance. 

Lavrence Guy, a? the father, 
H. C, handles this difficult role 
with esse. It is not an'edsy role 
sir-e be ^ must deal with each 
character d'rferently. Guy never 
lc£.il the consistency of character- 
ization and emerged as a strong 
character. 

The role cif Noah is probably 
the most difficult in the play, and 
J. C. Calhoun WAS Noah. The 
audience* has d'.fficuhy liking the 
too-realistic character. The role 
is written that way, and Ca'lhoun, 
a newcomer to Wedgewood, does 
a fine, convincing job. 

Ron Reid. plays the younger 
son, Jimmy. He travels happily 
through the action in a stumbling, 
bungling manner the role cils 
for. When Jimmy breaks out of 
his shell, Reid takes the stage, 
and it is rightfully his. 

Sandra Wade McClung is de- 
lightful as the flirt, Snookie. She 
portrays the rale in a pixie-like 
mapner and her mischevious 
wiles and ways are most success- 
ful. . 

laVerne Watson, who portrays 
the sherif . File, ako does a very 
nice jtA), but really does not come 
through until the final moments 
of the play. He seems to be under- 
playing tea much earlier, although 
the role calls for restraint. File's 
scenes with Lizzie the the hi^- 
lights of the production. 

The entire production shows the 
sure hand of director, Frank Star- 
oba, who has captured the mood 
and theme so well. 

Add to all that a fine orchestra, 
nice costumes, outstanding light- 
in,:j and a terrific set, and Wedge- 
wood has come through again 
with a hit that will b? hard to 
beat. Paul Idding's unique set is 
.'in^ple and beautifully handled. 
It is enhaivc^d greatly by Stcphaa 
Osbrach's lighting. 

This is orie cf the finest offer- 
ing.s of t'lo W:dgcw;)(;d players 
and deserves good, large audi- 
ences. 





RIGANTO AND WHITEHURST preside at the Public Forum Meet- 
ings of the Department ol P^rks and Recreation held for the dis- 
cussion of tile Master Plan of recreation sites throughout the City, 
(piioto by Ca^Hodra). 



'I r^ TO REACH - Wi GHT AT TUP pgACH" 

ON T^E OCEAN FRONT 

31 St Street & Atlanttc Avenue - Virginia fteach 
RIDES OPEN DAILY AT 6 PM 

SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS AT 12 NOON 

STARTING MONDAY, JUNE 6th 

The Park Goes On Regular Summer Season 

Schedule! With All Rides In Action From 1 

P. M. Daily and From 1 2 Noon Sats. & Suns. 



• IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! I • 
SEE THE GREATEST FREE 

FIREWORKS SHOW 

Ever Presented At The Beach 
SAT. NITE - JUNE 4th - 10 P. M.* 

(PRESElimNe THE AERIAL ROCKETS. Bombs mi 
Majntic Gtmsak Dis|rfays Postptaed From Memorial 
^ Day IH* Ta WeatiiN.) 



FRU OWCUS ACT ON OUTDOOR STAGE 
"CANDY THE CLOWN"-SUN. I P.M. 
—FUN - PARTY GAMES - PRIZES- 



GFTEN THE ROLE of a "custodian oi the peace" is difflodt and 
unappreciated. Here we have two of Vfa^ia Beach's "Finest," 
showing a sense of humor as well as authority and dignity. They are 
(left) Patrohnan Al Wallace, and recently promoted, Lieut. C. H. 
Payne. Police CUef James Moore will engage gentlemen lawyers 
from "'The University" this summer to sup|dement the force, but 
we venture to say that none will be more handsome, (photo by 
Cassandra) 



Beach Boothe HQS Opened 



VliRGINIA BEACH - The head- 
quarters of the Boothe for Senate 
campaign were formally openpd in 
Virginia Beach lasf week. The 
headquarters is k)cated in the 1700 
block of Laskin Road. 

C D. Scully and L. Charles Bur- 
lage are the co-chairmen of the Vir- 
ginia Beach campaign Of former 
State Senator Armistead L. 
Boothe. Boothe seeks to unseat in- 
cuiribent Senator Harry F. B^, 
Jr. 

The candidate from Alexandria 
did not attend the opening cere- 
monies, but speeches were made 
in his behalf by both Virginia 
Beach campaign managers. 

Scully said Boothe's atpporters 
are "up against an entrendied and 



Date Set For 
Robertson Fete 

VIRGINM EEACH - A large 
turnout is expected on June 10 a* 
the Princess Anne High School 
Slctdium, according to Les Lam 
and Dr. Ira Hancock, co-managers 
cf the Robertson for Senate cam- 
paign in Virginia Beach. 

The occasion will be a barbecue 
at 6 'P M., to which all Robertson 
supporters are invited. The price of 
admission is a one dollar contribi;- 
tion. 

Th? fea'nrcd speaker lot the cala 
event v\i!I be First District Con- 
grcsman Thoma? \. Downing of 
Newport News. D -.vnini^ was one 
of the first of the State's influential 
demccrals to ann:unce his suppo;t 
of inainr.bent S-natt^r A./ Willis 
Robei [son's candidacy in the July 
Drir.rcrr.tic primaiT. 

The State's senior Sen.itor will 
n.ot 0? present at the barbecue be- 
cause o' a prior commitment, but 
will be back in Virginia Beach for 
campaigning on June 18. 

Three thousand tickets havo been 
printed far the barbecue, according 
to a campaign .'^pfkc.--man. Addi- 
tional details were to bo announced 
later. 



ruthle^ machine." He also predict- 
ed Boothe's nominatron in the July 
Democratic primary and his ulti- 
mate election, saying the election 
wiH mark the beginning of a new 
era. 

Burlage, long an outspoken anti- 
Or^anizaition damocrat, told his 
aikiience that Boothe will provide 
a full and frank discussion of his 
stand on all vital issues of the cam- 
paign. Burlage said there is no 
comparison ol individual ability 
between Boothe and Byrd'. He ask- 
ed for what he called a fight for 
freedom from the hand of the past, 

A Virginia iBeach steering com- 
mittee in Virginia Beach was also 
announced by Burlage and Scully. 
The committee includles Nathan 
Supak, Robert Hotheimer, Roger 
iMalbon, Victor Ashe, the Rev. Sid- 
ney Sanders, Mrs. Katherine 
HaiMly, Michael Henry and Mrs. 
Dorothy Abdill. 



Four College 
Spong Reps. 
From Beach 



VIRG.I(NIA B'B'.CH — *Four Vir- 
ginia Beach college students are 
managing "Students for S^^ng" 
ur.'.'ts in Virginia Colleges. WiHian 
C. Battle, State Camp-ign Man- 
ager for William B. Spong, State 
§er.£it3r from Portsmouth, an.':ounc- 
ed that thirty-five student groups 
have been formed. Spong is run- 
ning £gain;t incumbent Senator A. 
Willis Rcbartson in the July Demo- 
cratic Primary. 

Battle said that the movemen'v 
has extended to more Virginia 
colleges and universities than any 
previous political group in recent 
state history. Battle, who managed 
the late Presid^nt John F. Ken- 
nedy's losing Virginia campaign in 
1960 when a record thirty-one col- 
leges developed KennedyJohnsan 
clUbs, ncited that Spong's support- 
ers have now passed that maii. 

Katherine C. Barnhardt, a junior 
and the daughter of Captain and 
Mrs. E. C, Earnhardt of Virginia 
Beach, will represent tkc unit at 
Sweet Briar College. 

The coHchaimian at Randolpn 
'Macon Woman's College is Cells. 
Gerloff, a sophomore from Virginia 
Beath. She is the daughter cf Mr. 
and Mrs. E. J. Gerloff. 

WililMir C. Fuller, a sophomore 
and s<Mi cf the Reverend and Mrs. 
Norman Fuller of Virginia Beach 
represents Hampton Institute. 

The Chairman of the unit of Old 
Domindon College is a first-yeai 
student, James H. Kabfer, III, son 
cif Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey 
KaJbler, of Virginia Beach. 

The college representatives will 
aid m recruiting help for Sixjng 
campaigns in their local areas j.id 
•vill assist in distributing campaign 
literature, accordin,-? to Battle. 




THE GREAT LESLIE, a hero who conquers everytUng taiciuduig 
women, takes Maggie Dubois, aa independent-minded gal reporter, 
ia hand in this scene from "The Great Race," Warner Bros.' new 
Technkolor-Panavision ctmiedy whkh opens Wednesday at the 
Beach Theatre. Tony Curtis stars as Leslie, Natalie Wood stars as 
the reporter, and Jack Lemmon stars as Professor Pate, Leslie's 
implacable rival. "The Great Race." produced by Martin Jurow, 
was directed by Blake Edwards. H«iry Mancini wrote the score of 
the film. 



PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT 



VOTE Organization 



For The 



Democratic Nominees 

For City Councilmen 

June 14, 1966 



ORGANIZATION CANDIDATES 



Bayside Borough 

Lawrence E. Marshall 

Kempsville Borough 

Afbert L. Bonney 



Virginia peach Borough 

John W. McCombs 



Princess Anne Borough 

[X] S. Paul Brown 



Lynnhaven Boroiigh 

G. Dewey Simmons, Jr 



Purigo Borough 

Kenneth N. Whitehurst 



Blackwatar Borough 

X] Earl M. Tebault 



At Large 

Robert B. Cromwell, Jr. 
[X] Frank A. Dusch 
George R. Ferrell 
D. Murray Malbon 

R. R. McChesney, Democratic Campaign Mgr. 



^League Backs 
U Candidates 



VIRGINIA (E'EACH-iEight mem- 
bers (rf the Democra*«c Ogariza- 
tion ticket, 'two independents and 
Lhe only Repii>'ican in the race 
have been endorsed by the L & J 
IJardajs i^ivic League in the forth- 
coming City Coundl election on 
i»ftz 14. 

The split-ticket endorsement was 
announced by league president 
Victor J. Ashe, aft^r 8 of the 19 
candidates tddresvsd the League. 
The two indepenlents er.d:rKd 
wers Robert Kendaill and Holland 
Winter, bc'.h running at-!arge_ The 
repi4)Iican, Mrs. Lois Nelson is 
also runnmg at-lac^e. 

The league also endorsed Law- 
rence Marshail, Bays;d3 Borough; 
Albert Bonney, Kempsville Bor- 
ough; G. Dewey Simmons, Jr., 
Lyr.inhaven Bonough; Kenneth 
Whitehurst, Pungo [Borough; Eari 
Tebault, lElackwater Borough; 
John McCcn-.bs, Virginia Beach 
Borough; S. Paul Brown, Princess 
Anne Borcu^; and Robert Crom- 
well, running at-Iarge. Those on the 
Organization slate who were skip- 
ped over by the league are George 
Ferrell, Murray Malbon and Mayor 
Frank A. Dusch. 

For the Organization Cromwell 
and Marshall addresses the group. 
Kendall, Winter and Mrs. Nelson 
also spoke. Three other indepen- 
dents Mrs. Shirley Marlow, James 
Tarter and James Logan, spoke^ 
to the predominantly Negro group,* 
'Wt faUed to win an endorsement 
fr<Mn the ap{Mt)ximately 50 persons 
present. 



Vitgjnia. Beacb SUN, Thursday, ime . 2,. .19<^ 

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June 2()ih 



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VIRGINL\ BEACH - Linkhorn 
Park Garden Club will hold its 
final meeting on June ?, Friday, 
at 11 a.m. when Mrs. Joan Saw- 
yer will be hostess to the group at 
a Pool Party and covered dish 
luncheon — "Dutch" style. Bath- 
ing attire is acceptable. 

Mrs. Sawyer lives on Windsor 
Road. Her telephone is 428-*a2. | 
Clib members are asked to call I 
only if they cannot attend. i 

- ^ 

Gerald L. Gate of 205 Cheyenne 
Drive received a Bachelor of Arts ' 
degree at the University oif Penn- , 
syhania's 210th Conrniencement 
held recently. | 

♦ ♦ • ■ 

Among the 200 University of i 
Texas Law sti:dents who are can- I 
didates fcr the Bachelor of Laws ! 
degree at the June 4 Commence- ' 
ment is Charles Talmadge Rosa, , 
4121 Heimitage Point. 




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Virginia Commitcion of Came and Inland Fiaherie* 



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traik'rs in use today throughout the country, but let us talk about your 
boat Irdler. 

More than likely last fall you pulled your trailer into the yard and 
parked it for the winter months Now it is getting wanner, the fish 
are starting to bite tnd the family wants to go for a boating trip on 
one of Virginia's numerous impoundments, rivers or streams. 

Adi yourself these questions. Have the wheels bsen removed and 
the bearings and hubs thoroughly cleaned and repacked with good 
grease? Is all of the electrical equii»Ti«it in good working order and 
do the signal lights and reflectors apnply with Virginia motor vehicle 
laws? Are the tires inflated correctly for the load you wild carry, and 
have you inspected the tires to see if they shouki be replaced? Is the 
trailer hitch working properly and the safety chain intact? Are the 
rollers and tiedown straps in good shape and is your inspection sticker 
still in effect? 

Take time to answer all of these questions as there is nothing worse 
than to get ready to go and find out you can't because you did not 
take time to check the trailer, or to be eqroute and have a breakdown. 




Weekend Horse Show 



LYNNHAVEN - Aldo Farms 
will be the setting for the Vir- 
ginia Beach Horpital Horse Show 
all day Saturday and Sunday af- 
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day and Western riding will be 
in the spotlight Sunday. 

The Auxiliary to the General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach has 
sponsored the show annually 
siince 1963 as a non-profit venture. 
Half cf the net proceeds benefit 
the hospital with the remainder 
reserved for expenses for the next 
year's show. 

Saturday's events begin at 8:30 
a.m., and the Sunday show starts 
at 1 p.m. 

:A silver trophy and four ribbons 
shall be awarded in all classes. 
Championships and Reserve 
Championships shall be awarded 
in all Hunter and Jumper Di- 
visions. The Local Hunter Cham- 
pionship will carry the K. C. 
Johnson Memorial Trofrfiy. 

Local Hurrters are horses 
owned within the cities of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Hampton, Nor'folk, 
and Chesapeake. 

Admission for adults is $1, 
children 50 cents, and for ring- 
side parking $2 each day. 

Directions to AJdo Farms is 
to turn South off Virgmia Beach 
Blvd. at London Bridge, and fol- 
low show signs. 



ENTHUSIASM and a revWal of interest in the pros 
caliber of past great events of the old Carolanne Fa 
seen around the city and the increased sale of boost 
Horse Show. Show principals who gathered at the re 
promoter, Robert Dillon; show co-chairman, Bruce 
William Dillon; show co-chairman, Mrs. George Ja 
Sbelbume, president of the Ruritan Club. More tha 
Gerry Ashbum's Great Neck Stables on June 24-26 
photo) 



pects of |M-esenthig a Class A horse show of the 
rm days is evidenced by the many bumper stickers 
er buttons promoting the Virginia .Beach Golden 
cently held Kick-off Luncheon' are (1. to r.) show. 
Jones of Kempsville Ruritan Club; show promoter 
cklns of the Kempsville Woman's Oub; and Robert 
n a thousand participants are expected to come to 
to compete for the $10,000 in prize money. (Boice 



Beach Tourist Season Opening 



(Continued From Page lA) 

Blue Angels from performing t.ieir 
high-level stunts. The crowd was 
pleased, however, with the low 
level ones they did do_ 

Thousands of persons lined the 
ad}oi.iing rosds cf the baso and 
watched from their cars. They 
also listened to the narration of the 
air show, which was broadcast 
over radio station WKVK. 

Virginia Beach police reported 
several tie-ups from the trail i'j 
coming off the base after the snow 
and automobiles leaving side roads 
around the base. 

Motels in Virginia Beach report- 
ed full conditions both Saturday 
and Sunday, and were having (o 
turn people away and trying to 
find them space in other places. 

George Davis of the Aeolus said 
he "couldn't believe it" and was 
"especially happy at the indications 
of a good season." The newer 
motels were also full to the Doint 




DESERTED ON MEMORIAL DAY, Seaside Park is open; conci- 
sion stands have removed their winter trappings, rides were operat- 
b!g . . . but wliere are the crowds? Inside away from the strong on- 
shore winds, riding in cars along Atlantic Ave., local children in 
school rooms, and tourists probably locking oi^t ofiwipdows of luxur- 
ious motels! The weekend weather pleased only the fariners . , . 
(staff photo by Padrick) 




MRS. WILLIAM C. HAYCOX and daughter, Mary, with her horse 
"Flight Scholar." (Staff photo by Padrick) 



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DURING THE NOON REPORT ON 

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1 550 ON YOUR DIAL VIRGINIA BEACH 



of overflo«\"The Sandpiper w.ns re- 
ported full with people waiting in 
line. 

Many people had to sleep in cars 
Saturday night. The Martha Wash- 
ington, Americana, and tiic Ava 
mere were full Saturday and Sun- 
day. None of the hotels reported 
any cancer'aLior.s. 

Hotel owners said most of.their 
tourists came from the Richmrnd 
area, wh-crc it had rlready b:«un 
to rain Fi-;riav niaiht. but th^ywere 
ret detercd by the leather- 

This wrrkend was reported to b( 
cr.p ■;!' the b'ggest May W2sk;nds in 
t'.'L' iiistorv of the resort area, de- 
spit? the bad w?athsr. 

Til,-' rcsirt area was nst the 
:niv busv j-lrce in tin? city. Stat; 
:.':"ria"t :.: Sea ho.'-c State Pa'i. 
i'C';ni'-d a "a-kcd h', ise all week- 
c:.:l !rn;4. ^.^m^c:s drlug'd tht 
ra:k for th: ;h;ee d:!y ho'ic'ay. 

Ba;h fi?hing piers in Virginia 
Brach • also repcVtca a b^omir -: 
uisin ■ s all weckerd, cxceot for 
M:r.!av. B.^.th piers \v'e:e packco 
pr:':'.':ca'lv to the I'mit Siturdav 
and Sundsy. The Ches3p:ake Bay 
Bridgj-Turn'.:l alio reported a brick 
business over the weekend. 

In s':'te r'' a'l the bad weather 
the 'ir.st we:k?rd fff the tnurist 
sca.scn was a .succe.s.r in Virgin! \ 
?ea;h. The only on:s who are un- 
ha;py a*-? the sarfers. The slarm- 
t;ss:d Atlantic is no place to surf 



Candidates 

(Continued From Page lA) 

three civic organizations at the 
Bay Harbor Club Tuesday night 
at 7 p.m. ' 

The joint m,eeUng will be lield to 
hear two speakers who are candi- 
dates in the council race. Mrs 
Lois Nelson will represajit4iip, Be- 
puWican Party and an' Organiia 
tion candidate will represent the 
Democratic Party. 

The d:n.:€r affair is a joint effort 
by the C'Vitan Club, the Scvtoma 
i'nb and the- Jaycees. 



Little League 
Game Results 

VHU}!!^, BEACH - T# Vir- 
ginia Beach litiUe League moved 
into its second wedc of play with 
the Sporis comii^ out on top. 

tin the foiB'th game cf the 
season, the Cubs wh^ed the Lk- 
tle Giants M. The onSy double 
of the game was hJt by Fraak 
Malbon of Hk UMe Giants. RiBI's 
were posted by CXib players Walt- 
er Farron, Ma^ Fredburn, Mark 
KOTipfinuelJer and Mark Dam- 
browskl. RBI's were also made 
by Frank Malbon aid team-mate 
Wayland Merriwether. 

The winning pitcher was Bryan 
Townsend; bsii^ pitcher was 
Boger Cahoun. 

The Sports throunced the Rotar- 
ians 18-4 in t^ fifth game of the 
season. Ilie game saw a home 
run by Glen Garbis Of the Sports, 
and a ttiple by Rotarian Ted 
Rogers. There were doiAles by 
Hank Harris, Marc Foiles, James 
English, Thomas Whittemore, and 
Bob Batchelor, all of the Sports. 
Marc Foiles had four RBI's. Other 
Sports' RBI's were hit by Hank 
Harris, RIodcy Bailey, Jim 
English, Bob Batchelor, Glen 
Garbis and Kevin Sillivan. John 
Ghi and Casey Copeland had 
RBI's for the Rotarians. The 
wmning pitcher was David Cason; 
the losing pitcher was Pat Bishop. 

The Rotarians lost another one 
when the Pipers squeaked by 
them by 7-6. Pat Bishop accounted 
for the on)y RiBI in the game. The 
winning pitcher was Kern Talia- 
ferro; the losing pitcher was Pat 
Bishop. 

In the Sports-Cubs encounter, 
the Sports edged past the Cubs 
4-8. A double was" hit by Jirp 
Englis* of the Sports with RBI's 
by Dan Dambrowski of the Cubs 
and Lafry Baier and Jim English 
of the Sports. Tae winning pitcher 
was Marc Foiles; the losing pitch- 
er was Bryan Townsend. 

The Rotarians, winless in three 
starts, finally took one from the 
Hawks, who are still winless, by 
the score of 7-6. A honrie run was 
hit by Bo Killen of the Hawks and 
his teamsnate David Nelen ac- 
counted for the games only double. 

RiBI's were credited to David 
Nelen of the Hawks and Ted 
Rogers and Jefif DanforOi of the 
Rotarians. The winning pitcher 
was Jimmy Pridley; Ibsing pitch- 
er was Jdm CoUeary.^ 

Major League standings; 
Team Win Lose 

Sborts 3 

Pipers '. 2 

Cubs •• 2 , 1 

Rotarians .;;..., 1 3 

Hawks 2 

Little Giants O' _ 2 

SMinor League st^hdingis: • . 
Team whi Lofe 

J^IcCby on .,..., 1 

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MOUNT lIERMCm, MASS. - Charles IH, Carl. Jr., of Virginia fieach. 
is a member of the 1966 Mount Hermon Schotd Varsity Baseball 
Team. The 5*11", 1S5 pound athlfte holds down a right flehl position. 
Clfarlie, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Curl, <rf 226 Fab-lawi 
Avenue, L & G Gardens, is a senior at the 6(l7-8tadent hidepende^ 
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teacher; Dorothy Strombridge, volunteer; and Myrtle Humphrey, 
assistant teacher. Not pictured, but present was Elizabeth Davis, 
practical nurse and volunteer^ (photo by Cassandra) 

Child Development Center 



By Douglas Qames 

SEAfACK — Sargent Shriver 
would certamly be proud of the 
recently estaiblished Child De- 
velopment Center, patterned after 
"Head Start," wiiich began its 
first session last week at the 
Community Center at Seatack. 
Dr. Melvin Humiphrey, director 
of STOP explained that the pro- 
gram was to help culturaJly de- 
prived chiklren, ages 3, 4, and 5 
years, to prepare for public 
school and contact with others 
in society. The program utilizes 
^two VKTA workers and employs 
a staff of four, which includes 
teachers and aides. Introducing 
the children to their environment 
as pre-school youngsters is the 
main puipose of the project. 

We visited the Seatack Center 
last week, noting the large, well- 
lighted school room with |ts new 
toys and equijanent for play, and 
W 

Dedication 

, ,iSLiG.W WlGHy,- CB^^turday 
a dedjcatwn sarvice was held at St. 
Luke's 3Church, "OW Brick 
Church" Isle of Wight Co. 

A Commanorative Bronze 
Plaque donated' by Virginia State 
Scciety Colonial Dames 17th Cen- 
tury, Siiffolk Chapters President, 
Mr,^ Bernard F. While. 

The aibove date marked the an- 
nual pilgrimage which is spoken ol 
as the "Thomas Jordan Day." 

Services were cond.cted in the 
old diurch by the Rt. Rsv. George 
PurnEll Gann. D. O. The sermon 
was given by the Rev. David S. 
R:;se, D. D. An address was given 
on the Jordan Family by Mr. Wil- 
liam W. Jones. "Wie music was fur- 
nished by the Junior Choir and or- 
ganist of Bruton Pari^ Church cl 
WiiliajOfiMjurg. 

Alfcer the dedteatkm of the mark- 
er. w4jich i£olk)wed the serviC'S, 
bnchton was served on the g;Y>ui'/i 
by the Women of Christ Church. 
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its cleanly attired children, in- 
tegrated in happy fellowship. We 
were mainly impressed with the 
affection aod gentle discipline with 
which the teacher, Miss Patsy 
Haynes, graduate of Norfolk State 
OUege, hemdled her little ones. 
Miss Haynes has also cwnpleted 
an 8-week course in Child De- 
vek)pment at Duke University. 
She was assisted by Myrtle 
Hum^rey, and volunteers Doro- 
thy Strombridge, and Elizabeth 
Davis. 

Miss Haynes said that she had 
been a meiTi)er of this communi- 
ty all of her Me, Uiat she was 
supremely happy in her job, and 
that the only thing that she 
lacked was a used piano, since 
the children loved music. "It 
could b^ used by every one,' she 
said. There's always a place for 
music in the Center." 

The children are served juice 
at 10:30 and a snack-lunch 
at 12:00. The school operates five 
days a week. , , 

"Hiis much needed and greatly 
afpreclated haven for little ones 
is an asset to Virginia Beach, for 
"insomuch as ye have done it 
unto one of Lhe least of these 
little ones, ye have done it unto 
Me." 

Miss Haynes and he rstaff would 
be haij^ to have visitors, if they 
go to assist and not to criticize. 



TTA Installs 



VIRGK'NM BiE^OH-The Tide- 
water Pharmaceutical Associa- 
ticq held instdlation ceremonies 
for the newly elected rffJcers at 
ijae Cavalier Dinner Playhouse 
recently. 

Insftalkd as president was G. 
W. Detterman Jr., a Virginia 
Beach pharmacist, who t:x)k over 
frcm Llnwocd Leavitt, retiring 
■president. 



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Rely on US ... to say 
it right, print it right 



Ringing wedding bells? Giving a 
party? Milling an announcement? 
Bring your ne»d$ to us. We assure you 
socidi startonery ^^'% correct in form 
... pointed with precWon. 

XAU 428-2401 

Be^fh Publishing C4)rp. 

3108 Pacific Avenue 
Vi#§(ma liach 



Thoroughgood 
Garden Club 



BAY£3DE - llie Tbaroughgood 
Garden Club met at the heme of 
Mrs. T. W. Gray. . 

Mr:. M. G. Dkon, prcgram 
chainnan, presented the guest 
speaker, Ocie Barnes, ^q\.. of 
Norfolk Parks and Forestry. His 
subject we: "Garden Design and 
Landscsping." 

It was announced that a clinic 
on ficwer antiquing would be held 
at the heme of Mrs. S. L. Daity. 

Nti^ officers for the year 19W- 
£7 were ek'zted. They are prea- 
dtnt, Mrs. T. W. Qray; fir^ vice 
president, Mrs. C. E. Crouch; sec- 
ond vice president, Mrs. A. R. 
Brunelli; recording secretary, 
Mrs. D. E. Holland; carrespoi^ing 
secretary, Mrs. Virginia Harri- 
son; and treasurer, Mrs. D. S. 
Sheap. 

The Lake Shores Garden (Mi. 
judged, arrafligem^rts and horti- 
culture and awarded the follow- 
ing ribbons: Arrangements: Wue, 
Mrs. C. L. Owens; and yeJlow, 
Mrs. A. R. Brunelli and Mrs. D. 
E. Holland. Horticulture —'blue, 
Mrs. R. L. Lindell, Mre. W. H. 
Harrison, Mrs. E. E. Goldsby, 
Mrs. L. L. Tucl^er, Jr., Mrs. A. 
H. Culpepper, Mrs. A. R. Bru- 
nelli, Mrs. S. L. Denty, Mrs. F. 
A. Manning. Mrs. D. E. Holland, 
Mrs. L. W. Tilt, Mrs. C L. Owens, 
and Mrs. H. R. Prince; red, Mrs. 
A. Rj, Brunelli, Mrs. S. L. Denty, 
Mrs. F. A. Maniving, Mrs. L. M. 
Reed, Mrs. H. R. Prince and Mrs. 
E. E. Gol.d^y; yellow, Mrs. D. 
E. Holland and Mrs. L. M. Reed; 
and honorable mention, Mrs. H. 
R. Prince. 

Hostesses assisting Mrs. Gray 
were Mrs. F. A. Manning and 
Mrs. P. C. Morris. 

Council Hopeful 
Collects For Zoo 

BAYSIDE - Mrs. Shirley Mar- 
low, currently an independent can- 
didate for Virginia Beach City 
Council running at-large, collected 
funds from a group of women she 
was addressing last week at the 
Shore Drive Inn 

She told her audienc? she was 
collecting "pennies, nick'es, dimes 
and quarters" to rbis^ funds for a 
city park with a zoo in Virginia 
Beach. 

She added that the money col- 
lected wou'd be turned over to the 
city government in the form of a 
trust fund for such a purpose. 




'Fair Day In June' 

, LYNNHAVEN - St. Aidan's 
^ijccral Church hr,s set "\ Fair 
Day in June'' for Friday. June 3, 
ivhidi will benefit Uie churcii 
juildirg fund. 

(Beginning at 11 a.m., featured 
fun ir.'cludes pony ridcSj gaTies, 
prizes, baked goods, etc. Sui;ner 
wEl be served frrm 6 p.m. to 8 
p.m. 



fSJmJHO R. STRICKLAND 

Dental Degree 

YWmm. BEACH— The Degree 
of Dcctor^ of Dental Surgery will 
be confared upon Edmund R. 
Strickler at the Ccmmencement 
Everclses of the Medical College 
of Virginia on Saturday, June 4. 

He has been granted an intern- 
ship in the Army Dental Corps 
with the rank of Captain and will 
rtport the last of June to Brooke 
General Hoa^tal, Fort Sam Hous- 
ton, San Antonio, Texas. 

KricUer is the son of Mr.'^and 
Mrs. M. P. Strickler, 801 Linbay 
Drive; and is married to tte 
former Miss Kathleen Taylor of 
Portsmouth. 

Aragona Teen Club 

AiRAGGNA - Bill Deal and The 
Rondells will play for the "Out of 
School Dance" planned by the Ara- 
gona Teen Ciuib for Monday, June 
6 at the clubhouse on DeLaura 
Lane. 

(Many special daor prizes will be 
awarded. jMember tickets are $1; 
guests $1.50. 



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Beach's 

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DEALER 




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VA. BEACH/AKAGONA 

Tidewater's hasfest 
Growing Dealer in 1966 




In 1909 a gala Norfolk parack welcomed bacit 
rlie Great White Fleet. 

rhew H. D. Oliver had been serving Tidewater 
44 years. 

Norfolk was overjoyed to greet the fleet after its two- 
year goodwil vf^age around the worM. In those days 
H. D. Oliver was cr«iting goodwffl, loo ... by provid- 
ing the commune's most respected fu."ieral and burial 
services. Today that tradition remains. An exptTient-cd 
staff, modem facUiticB, toduding a di.s-tingiii.sh:d new 
home in Virgiraa Beach, and the dciirc to serve ... all 
add up to the most competest handling of your needs. 
CaU OD H. D. OUver. 



Harry D. and Jame* B. Oliver 




112-7111 

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Parties Planned 

CHESAPEAKE /^as I 
Hcpe Williams, whose marriijge' 
to Charles Lee Mason, Jr. of Vir- 
ginia Beach will take place on 
June 18, will be hanored at a 
bridal hjncheon on Saturday, June 
4 at the Holiday Inn, Military 
Highway. 

The hostess for the occasion will 
be the bride-elect's aunt* Mrs. 
Ella L. Webb. 

The guests will number twenty- 
live. 

Miss Betty Ann Care^' will en- 
tertain in honor cif her cousin, 
Miss Williams, at a "bridal-h^ur" 
on Thursday evening, June 9, at 
her heme on Indian River Raad, 
StJiripy Lake, Virginia Beach. 

Lighted candles and organ mu- 
sic of wedding selections will pro- 
vide the atmor^>here for the "bri- 
dalhcur," O-jirty guests have been 
invited to attend. 

Miss Carey will serve as junior 
bridesmaid in the wedding, which 
will take place in Oaklette Meth- 
oidiat Church. 



DA V Meets Tues. 

VIRiGMIA BEACH - Disabled 
.American Veterans, Chapter No. 
20, will hold its next meetiag on 
Tuesday, June 7, at 8 p.m. in the 
Cavalier Hotel. ■- » 

All n^ertibers are asked to be 
presertt for the election of new 
ofeers for the coming year. 



Youth Seeks Jobs 



VIRJOIMA BE.AOH - WiEing 
workers from the high schoDl and 
college age group are responding 
well to the Youth Ofoortunity 
Program reports the Virginia 
Eeat'h cflice of the Virginia Em- 
plovment Cc'i'nmission, but pros- 
pective employers seekinig sum- 
mer-time help are not taking ad- 
vantage cf the program as we'll 
as had been expected. 

More than two hundred appli- 
cations have been completed and 
r..e Gn file from high school stu- 
dents. Durir.g the past week 
college applicants have been re- 
verting, and the files should be 
ccmplcted by June 10 oif both 
high school and ccllege youths. 

It is hoped that more prospec- 
tive employers will respond to the 
call and that all youths will be 
placed in the near future. 

As of Tuesday afternoon, sixty 
referrals have been made and 
forty-three placements confirmed. 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 2, \1966 

Pag« /-A 



New Police Unit 

VIBGINIV BEACH - Police 
Chief James E. Moore has said 
the new 40-man riot squad created 
as a precautionary move earlier 
this year has practice sessions at 
Camp Pendletwi. 

The unit is famiHarizing itself 
with new gas mafks and other 
equipment which has recently ar- 
rived for the police. 



ALLL 




DAVID AND 
60LIATH 



Truck «lriv«rs often "hit the ditch" to oYoid colliiion 
with a smaller vehicle. But the motorist who forcef 
one of these "babies" off the road can be hit with 
a Property Damage daim of $50,000 or more. 
Would your peli^ fwotact you for such a claimf 
Call us. 



>ETNA CAWALTV « MIETY COMHNY 
WITPtW, CONNECTieVT 



KELLAM - EATON 

Inmrtmct Ccmpany 

3111 PACIFIC AVE. - VIRGINIA BEACH 
428-9161 

2406-B PRINCESS ANNE RD. - CITY HAU 
(1) 426-5600 




(A Fald Fplltlrsl Advrrthrmrnt) 



An Urgent Message To Every 

HOME And PROPERTY OWNER 

\ 

In The United States 

A BILL toon to be voted on by the Congress will deny you, as a property owner, the right to sell or refit to 
persons of your choice. > 

WE DELIEYC this is a forced, not fair, housing bill thnt deprives you of a basic individual freedom — 
the right to dispose of your private property as^you choose. 

WE URwE you, as a property owner, to defend your freedom of choice by writing a letter of protest to 
your Representative in the House and to your two United States Senators. 

INIw W| read the details of thtt-ieglslatlon. 

THE BILL Is H.R. 14765 In the House of Representatives and S. 3296 In the Senate. 
IIILC IV of the bill concerns housing. 

^ i* It will deny you the right to exercise freedom of choice in contracting for the sale or rental 

of your property. This means that the Federal government could force you to sell or rent your 
property to a person not of your choice, whether your property is your home, rental housing, a 
room for rent in your home or boarding house, or land to be used as the site for housing. 

2* If you Insist on exercising freedom of choice In contracting for the sale or rental of your 
property, a complaint may be filled against you In a Federal district court. This court, sitting 
without a iury, may order you to sell or rent to a person not of your choice. It may also assess 

unlimited damages against you. 

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S» If the complainant alleges tKSf he cannot afford a lawyer, he will be furnished with counsel 
free. You, however, will have to pay your own lawyer to defend your freedom of chokt. 

I. If the Attorney General wants to make an example of you, he can intervene In the case. Then 
you will have to fight the complainant and the United States — all because you want to defend 
your freedom of choice. 

THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REAL ESTATE BOARDS 
IS NOT AGAINST OPEN OCCUPANCY, OR EQUAL OPPOR- 
TUNITY TO OBTAIN HOUSING* The real Issue Is whether one person ihould be given the 
right to force an unwilling owner to enter Into a contract at the expense of the owner's individuel, humen ri^M. 
To deny any property owner freedom of choice erodes the rights of all people. 

V/e believe that progress In race relations will be retarded— no* advanced— by this attempt to deny peepU #rt«» 
dom of choice. Under the influence of ^hurch, school, and men of good will, the objectives of the struggle to obtain 
equal opportunity In housing ere achieved. Voluntarv efforts to this end should be given every encourege- 

ment. A forced housing law that tramiples on a fundamental right will not advance this important cause. 

WHAT CAN YOU DO ABOUT IT? 

WRITE TODAY to your Representative and to both your United Stetei SeMrfen. Tel them whet you 
think. Tell them that this bill wouH grant one group a so-called right by deshxjying e basic human right that belongs 
to all persons. Caution them that good race relations will be set beck by this attempt fe deny people the froo- 
dom of choice. 

WRITE TO WASHINGTON TODAY 

CHAIRMAN OF H0U5E JUDICIARY COMMITTEE 

Emanuel Celler, House Office Building, Washington. D.C. 20515 

SENATORS 

Harry F. Byrd, Jr., Senate Office Blulding, Washington, D.C. 20510 
A. Willis Robertson, Senate Office Building, Washington. D.C. 20510 

REPRESENTATIVES 

I st District— Thomas N. Downing. House Office BIdg., Wasliingtott. D,C» 20515 
2Tid District—Porter Hardy, Jc. House Office BIdg.. Wa^ingfoti, D.C. 20615 
3rd District— Watkin M. Abbitt. House Office BIdg., Washington. D.C. 20515 

■■■* WwNvKB55 will reject this bll if home owners and other real property owners meke it cfter 
that they are opposed to this legisleticv) because it is destructive of the rifhti of dl ^enoni. 

WRITE TOPAY! 

Virginia Beach Board of Realtors 



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• itMHm^M • UOAL NOTICiS 

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k H» OitdK CoHit of the 
flMMP &. IMMS. d0ce»ftd. 



ODUMT llMit a i«^ of tho ac- 



I counts df the Execitfor of Howard 
K. OIAk, Deceased, and cf the 
dtibts and demands against the 
mi dAate, have been filed in the 
Ckrk's Office of Uiis Court, and 
dwt mm than six months have 
Mipsed since the quallficatim of 
1^ D. Gdbhs and the Vir^nia 
Nirtianal Bank of NcMfoBt. Ex^ 



• UOAL NOnCl 

(Uters of said estate, oi toc/^ 
of the said ExccutiM-s, it ia 
OROERCZ) that the creiMlora ef 
Hofward E. Gllbs and of his es- 
tate, and any 0^ pehmns who 
may be interested in said estate, 
do .yppeer in the Court on the 
22ad day of July, 19BB. and show 
cause against the payment and 



• IR»AL NOTtCK 



delivery of the estete, witiioyt 
refunding bonds, t» tho« eoliUed 
thereto. 

It is further OWXaSD t)«t * 

copy of this oaOEIt be pubiiilMl) 
once a vimk for four consecutivt 
wedt in the VirgtaUa Beadi Sibt 
a newrspapor having gaherD 
circulation in the City . of 



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VkgUDt Btach, Virginia. 
I ail for the entry of this Order: 
A coOy— Teste: 

Mm V. nlNTiiEas, cieit 

i)r: Hoy M. White, D. C. 

tlMHla C 6r<7ies. ^ 
Att^H^ for the estate of 
HmNM E. (Hbbs. Deceased. 



#^ If^AL NOIICIS 

TbIu aottce that on Jma ». 
im. at 10:00 ajn. at Holt Buick. 
Inc., «60 Virginia Beach BKd., 
Wglnie Beach. Vkginia, we, shall 
expoae to lele, one 190 Renault, 
serial iudber 08542456, s^zed and 
repossessed from Linden EugHK 
P^tit, m Palm Beach. Virginia 
Beach. Virgima by virtue of the 



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a private brand? 

To some people, it is a retailer's own bra.nd created 
with selling price first in importaAce arid quality second. 

To us at AAP, it's the opposite. 

Quality corned firgt. , 

Value. . .the best for the least is the rule for our private brands. 

If this wasn't true, how foolish we'd be to invest, as we have, 

literally milliotiB Of dollars . 

in jawessirig plants an^ testing laboratories. 

If all we wanted wefe products we could sell cheaply 
without quality control, anybody could produce them for us. 

tte idea of quiJltjr private brands isn't new at A&P. 
As a matter of fact, it's one of our oldest policies- 
and by golly, we'te proudof it. 

A?e A&P Pnvate Brands a good reason for sh(^ping A&P? 
They're one of mwiy. ^ 



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PORK LOINS 

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BISCUITS t '^ )1c SAUCE »:: 't:.'^49c 

ANGa SOfT-FACIAl . OUR OWN SPtCIALI 

TISSUES i%t T TEA BAGS-..^^-.: 55c 

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il964, in puMiaiKe of the Uni- 
form Sdns Act of Vir|^. Tferms 
Cash. 



Holt Buick, Inc. 
21rt k Pacific 

Va. BmA, Va. 



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FXirnished apasixnoA, Nortt end 
Suitable fsr 1 or 2. $125 monthly 
-reason. Call fi25-7$SS. fr-3k'ii 



*toy dttams^ators. Part time 
sales Kork for C & B iXly Otut. 
Car needed md desin to earn 
good cotnmisskHi. Csdl 3404SBB. 
ft-HFT( 

Lynn Shore Drive, ''48). 34>a(Gnoom 

ranch. Large kitchen. Available 

now. $125 monthly. Call 8SS-4S79. 

6-2-TFN 



Golden Agets 
Plan Tour 

VIROINi\ BKACH-The Golden 
Age Clubs. sponsDred by Mie Rfec- 
reation Department, Uniwi Kemp- 
ville division, is planning a guided 
tour to Cjloaial Williamsburg onj 
Saturday, June 4. 

The bos will leave frcn the 
Seaboard Elementary School at 
9:00 am.; from First Baptist 
Cxiurch £i Lynnhaven at 10:00 
a.m.; and from Morn'r] Star 
B.'ipti&t Cl.urch at Bayside, at 
10:30 a.m. 

The participating club? \WU be 
from Creads under the kadersh'p 
of Mrs. Gladys Jadtsjn; frcTi 
N!mmo which is headed by Mrs. 
Theresa Brcrvn; from the Black- 
water district led by Mrs. Ma"- 
cella Reid; the Atlantic Park 
group which is headed by Mrs. T. 
U'oka Hite, Srom the Lynnhaven 
area led by Mrs. Cherry Sawyer; 
and frcm the Bayside area under 
the i^ership of Mrs. Leole Wil- 
liams. 

These Golden Age Clubs have a 
conibined membership of 105 
nnen^ers. 

Each clirf) is now in the process 
of planning a prognam where a 
representative from the Soclsd 
Security Buremi will come and 
give information concerning the 
new Medicare Program and the 
income benefits for senior citiiens 
h4k> have r««ched their Tlhd 
birth^iay and who have lio social 
security or retirement income be- 
ginning October 1. 1936. 

For information regarding any 
of the above Golden Age Club ac- 
tivities, please call H. C- Ben- 
jamin at 497-^62. 



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Have you evi|H' heard the song 
tiUe, '•fivetym^ Comii« Up 
Roses"? WeU. that's what we 
are singij^ at the YWCA f he ac- 
tivities planned lor tliis summer 
are blossoming ftMrtfa. 

The first sianroer session of 
swknmlng classes for boys and 
ghii from 7-17 years of age be- 
gins Monday, June 20 and runs 
throi^ Thursday, June 30. Be- 
ginner, advance b?,finner, inter- 
nKdiate swhnm^r levels. 8 lessons 
for $6.00 at the Cavalier Hotel. 
YW'CA membership and Doctors 
Health Statement are necessary. 
New fiwinmmng participants must 
register at the YWCA. All classes 
will be limited in number and 
filled on a first come, first serve 
basis. There wiM be no dressing at 
the pools. Wear bathing caps and 
enter from the outside entrances. 

Anvone for bowlino? Beginning 
Monday, June 13 through June 
18 frcm 10-12 noon at Rindaldis 
at Princess Anne Plaza- Equio- 

Cnt fumish'd with prcfessian.al 
traction. Classes limited to 24. 
Fix cl2='ses frr $6.00. Open to all 
eiri's and boy.s from the age 
of 10 to 18. 

June 14 throneh June 28 ev^rv- 
one should go ti the tennis c^u-ts 
at the Bav Harbor C!ub. Nina 
Jchnston will instruct less^ons, 6 
cla-^ses at $5.00. Reeis'er early 
as the cbscs are Hmited to 8. 
C-en to all girls and boys from 
10 to 18 ''ears of 3ge. If the 
v'pather is b'ld outdoor classes 
w'11 b" cfincei'e''. 

Read "The Y Of It" weekly for 
f' rther infomnation on Y Teens 
summer activities. 

A few things to remember: 
Dcctor's statements are required 
for Fwirrming, tennis and horse- 
back riding. YWCA membership 
is required. All classes are limit- 
ed in number and filled on a first 
ccmne first serve basis. Reai'ter 
early by mail or at the YWCA 
office — 303 30th street at the 
Beach. 



Shadowlawn CL 

VHIGINIA BEACH— E. L. East- 
er, oriental landscape horticultur- 
ist, will speak at the Shad-wlawn 
r:\^c League meeting, Friday, 
June 10, at p.m. ia the Council 
Chambers, 19th and .jPctic Ave. 

A membenshio drive is being 
conducted by the civic league. 
Hios? interested may contact Mr. 
or Mrs. W. J. Davis. Terrace Ave., 
for further information. 




LOTUS QUEEN CANDIDATE, Mbs Olney Face, is shown with her 
campaign maaager, Sammy Giuter who repwts the campaign as 
gdng very smoothly. The Cape Henry Woman's Chib sponsoni Uiq^ 
Lotus Feotival, and Olney was icM in the Armed Forces Day parade 
along with the other candidates who rode in i^ien convertibles. Miss 
Jane Saunders Is Miss Face's personal manager. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH 



(Copyright, 10«« 



Dorli Pailrlrk) 



Mrs. Ethel George is what might be called a "Puiigo (and Princess 
Anne) Institution." She was born and raised in tha country; she mar- 
ried and raised her son among country foMc . . . and thcl's tha only 
place she wants to be. 

And because she "can't stand to stay home ar.d not know what is 
going on," shs has combined her love of people and her interest in 
their a'fairs with her skill in the kitchen — the pliisses that equal "The 
original Pungo Restaurant." 

She doesn't cock fancy; she ccoks flavorful. Having bsen in the 
restaurant business 'for the better part of 15 years, first across fram 
the Printers Anne Court House (six years), then to a sma'l building 
and trailer in ibe center of Pungo (six years), at the FOP chtb at the 
Courthouse (IS months), and now back to Pun^, she has exad'.y 
what she wants frcHn life. 

Her newest location was built especially for hier and to her specifi- 
cations. "Just an ordinary building with cement floor and no fancy 
ceilings or any other nonessentials." But it is clean and nwdern an4 
with roOTi to seat more than 50 patrons comfortably, and with plenty 
of parking space in fnmt. 

Her grand re-opening was held on December 19 of last year, and 
the place was packed, a positive indication that the folks in Pungo (and 
surrounding territory) had sorely missed thsir special neigtoor. And 
she had missed them! 

"I have to have a kind of place where everyone feels welcome, 
whether they be a tired hunter or fisherman, a dusty crop-duster, a dirt 
farmer or a sandy surfer," she declared, "as well as friends and city 
officials and dignitaries." 

Th2 "chitlin-lovers" come in all 2ges and size=, and may be wear- 
ing a custom-tailored business suit or overalls for the Chiterlings at the 
Pungo Restaurant are one of her specialtie;. "Chitlins is a cold weather 
dish and not as matiy orders come in for it now," said Mrs. Gsorge, 
but it is always popular During one sbc-week "period last winter, we 
cooked up more than 2i6 pounds of chiterlings!" 

Ngw that summer is aLmost here and with the surrounding farms 
producing a bounti'ul harvest, her menus ca:-.sist of many local f' -m- 
frosh vegetables. The strawberry shortcake is out of this wor'.d! FisH 
dishfs frcm local waters are clso featured. 

The land and waters of Virginia Beach are filled with all kinds of 
p^od things to eat and manv good people to meet and greet — Mrs. 
Ethel George brings them all together, happily, in her smaU country 
cafe, "The orginal Pungo Re.^'taurant." 



"YOU-ALL COME!", is the friendly Invitation Mrs. George i«3ues 
to all interested in plain home cooking served with genuine Southern 
Hospitality . . . 



Amphib Base Changes Hands 



LITTLE OREEK-Captain John 
Ferriter rdieved Captain Nelson 
P. Watkins as commanding officer 
cf the Naval Amphibiwis Base at 
10 a.m. Tuesday. 

In a traditional Navy change d 
command ceremony on the parade 
ground, aboard the Naval Am- 
pWbious Base. Captain Watkins 
turned over a coirinand that he 
has held for four years and that 
he has called the "most saUsfy- 
ing ol my career." 

A 29-year naval career aided 
Tuesday for Captain Nelson P. 
Watkins after he relinquisiied com- 
mand of the Naval Amphibious 
Base. 

Cf^ain Ferriter reported here 
this week from his duty ki Wash- 
ii^ton, D. C. He has been serving 
in the Offfce of the Chieif of Naval 
Opa"ations, with the Navy Pro- 
gram and Plans Office and the 
Navy Installations Survey Group. 

This is Captain Ferriter's first 
amphibious duty. His 28-year ca- 
reer includes seven destroyer as- 
signments, four too staff tours, 
and duty in the Bureau of Naval 
Personnel. 

His first dutv after graduat'ng 
from the Naval Acaiemv in 1934 
was aboard the battleship Nevada. 
He then served aboard the de- 
str(q'ers Clemson and Glennon. He 
also has commanded the destroy- 
ers Knigirt and Leonard Mason. 
He was executive officer of the 
destroyer leader Norfolk. 

Captain Ferriter, a graduate of 
the National Wm* CoU^, has 



Man Charged 

VIRGINIA BEACH - A 2S-year- 
old white man has been charged 
with the statutorv rapt of a 10- 
year-oU N^ro girl. 

Police said Floyd Haines, who 
lives in Chesapeslce. aBegedly as- 
saulted the girl, mho lives near 
a| | ! cnbr ier fauns in C3)esa|>eate, 
at WMximSi. Landing Road n 
Virginia Beach, between 8 and 10 
a-m. Satmfa^. 

Be kbcegbeU is jail here. 



commanded Destroyer Division 302 
and Destroyer Squadron 20. 

He spent three year5 in the Bu- 
reau of Naval Pers^nel, helping 
organize the post-war naval re- 
serve. 

Captain Ferriter has served as 
a personnel assistant to the Sec- 
retary 6i the Navy, secretary to 
the Chid of Naval Operations for 
Joint Chiefs of Stat matters, and 
as Navy plans officer in the At- 
lantic Fleet headquarters. He also 
was commanding officer of the 
Fleet Sonar School at Key West. 

He is married to the forma- 
Julia EU«i Turner of Washington, 
D. C. They have three children- 
Judy, 24; ted, 18; mi Ellen, 13. 

OUier than taking a thr«e-week 
vacatim at Virginia Beach, Cap- 
tain Wi^ins has not completed 
his retirement plans. 

Captain Watkins, who command- 
ed AJtiiphibious Squadron Two be- 
fore taking command of the Na- 
val Amr^bious Base, cited the 
base's action in absoribing an in- 
creasing workload while maintain- 
ing a constant budget and man- 
power as its most significant 
achievement under his command. 



VmoiniA Beach Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966 

SECTION B 




New CO Named For Ship 






PART OF THE LARtiE CROWD which turned out for the Spong 
bcaquet at the Cavalier is pictured here. The Spong supporters were 
an enthttsiastic audience. 

Spong Fund-Dinner 
Drew Good Turnout 




V.iRGIMIA BEACH - Tiie $10- 
a plate fund raising banquet for 
State Senator William B. Spong, 
Jr. last Thursday night at the- 
Cavalier drew a crowd of support- 
ers estimated at 475. Although the 
dinner was sponsored by the 
Youth for Spong Co-iimittee of 
Virginia Beach and engineered by 
9;ong'j Virginia Beach campaign 
manager, V. A. Etheridge, a large 
numfcef of out-of-towners attended 
the rally. 

Spong's campaign managar in 
Norfolk, Del. Stanley Waiker and 
a large contingent frc.Ti that city 
were present. The State Senator's 
campai^in manager from South- 
hairipton County, State Senator 
William REwlings and a group 
from that area were in the crowd. 
There were excellent turnouts 
from Ches3'"e:;ke and Portfmo-th, 
added to the supporter; from Vir- 
gLiia Beach. 

In his prei:B"td address Spong 
tciid his aucUenee-^'lSAt it is Ji«l 
belief Corigress should pass new 
laws governing canrraian contri- 
butions and anti-influence ped- 
dling laws. Much the saime recom- 
mendations were sent to (Congress 
earlier in the day by President 
Johnson, excfi t that S"ong said 
contributcrs to cam-^aigns should 
be made known before election 
day. Spong called the timing of 
his speech and the President's 
recommendations ccmp'letely co- 
incidental. 

Spong's campaign manager for 
the State, William C. Battle, took 
a few campaign pokes at Senator 
A. Willis Robertson, whom Spong 
hoipes to unseat in the July 12 
Democratic primary election. 

Other jabs were taken by an 
excellent folk singing group known 
as the Minutemen, whicli enter- 
tained the crowd. Besides their 
singing earlier in the evening they 
also sang a parody to the tune 
of "Michael Row Your Boat 
Ashore." The song was used as 
a Spong campaign pitch as well 
as vehicle to take a few more 
pokes at R(*ertson. The singing 
was enjoyed by the crowd. 

Etheri(^ also addressed the 
Spong supporters and introduced 
the State "Seilator. 

The funcfe raised at the banquet 
will be used to finance the Vir- 
ginia Beach campaign only, ac- 
cording to Rhae Adams, chairman 
cf the local finance committee- 
Adams also introduced the din- 
ner committee, which inr'uded 
Thcmas C. Shoanaker, Gene A. 
Joyner, Daniel Arris. Dorothy 
Hoarty and C. J. Shaugbnessy. He 



also praired the general chairman 
of the Youth for Spon^ committee. 
George Darden. 

In his cipening remarks. Ada.ns 
ncted that the gathering was a 
very "unpolitical looking grojp." 
He said, "In fact, most of u; 
have never been in politics be- 
fore." With the excretion of Eth- 
eridge, there were no familiar 
Virginia Beach Dolitica! figures in 
the audience. 



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:^"CR'''CI K - The appointment 
q[ LCDR Sidney C. Miller, 31, of 
Virginia Beach as Commanding 
O'f ctr cv the ViZ^'J.& t lip V.'HIT- 
TXG was annjiinced t')dav bv 
Rear Admiral James C Tison. 
Jr.. Dirictrr d ti:e C:;a3t and 
Gecdetic Survey. 

The WHITIN'G. a 730-ton. 132- 
foot Ivdrp^'raDhi'c furvey ship, is 
C',3€rated by the Survey, an agen- 
cy cf the Environmental Science 
Services Administration (ESS\t, 
'f S. D ^a."tment "I Co.nmerce. 
The vessel carries a normal com- 
•iii,;.'t of six aflicers and 30 
cr:\v. 

Miller i.s .schedjled to take over 
hi;? new command on" or about 
July 1, when the ship wiJl be en- 
gaged in hydrographic and current 
cT.-vev: ^n ''" vicinity l! Martha's 
Vineyard, Mass. 

.vi.i.^r is n.w Projects Officer 
at the Survey's Atlantic Marine 
Center, Norfolk He har been with 
the S.!r\-ey since 1S57, when he 
grndrated from Clcmion Univer- 
siiy with a degree in engineering. 
Bor.n in Bartow, Fla.. Miller grew 
up in Greenville. S.C, where he 
attindrd Gre-nville Senior Hi^h 
frcm 1948 to 1952 and where his 
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Willia.-n 
Hart Miller, reside at 115 Perrin 
St-eet. 

Prior to his present a^3ignment 
in Norfoik, the ne^\' C. 0. was 
C'lief of the Airport Survey Sec- 
tio?r if Photogrammetrv Division 
of tiie Survey's Rockvilh, Md., 



STATE SENATOR WILLIAM B. SPONG of Portsmouth addresses 
the Spong for Senator banquet at the Cavalier. Also pictured are 
Rhae Adams, master of ceremonies for the evening and Spong's 
finance chairman in Virginia Beach, and Mrs. William C. Battle, 
wife of Spong's Campaign Manager. 



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210 25th St Va. Beach 428-9331 




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Satisfaction 

in 
Pest Control 




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Gcorg- L. Aidridge 

ALDRlDGE & CHAMBERS, Inc. 

- EXTERMINATORS 

Pest Control Experts 
CHILDREN BEWARE 

BATMAN May be very big with today'.s ch'idren, but parents 
should h^nmer home to youngsters a warninj; agiinyt picking 
up and handling bats because of the rabies hazard they rtpr?sent. 
They are accomphshed in-cct ki'lers, using th^ir radar-like abil- 
ity to navigj^.e b\' sound reflection acrobatic feats as they hunt 
in the early du-k. Btit whrn they become d'seased they loose 
their .'trength and mav iall to the ground. Bats ar? becMning 
an impkasantly common carrier of rrbies and yau:igsters should 
be firnily taught to shun them anytime they are within reach. 

Don't Forget To See The Broad-Bay Sailing 

Association Boat Regatta 

Location: Broad-Bay 

Date: Saturday, May 28th— Time: htoon 



headquarters 

service aboard the USC&GS Ships 
COWIE, PATTON and HYDRO- 
GR^PHER and with geodetic field 
partie- in the U. S. 

Mil'tr and his wife, the former 
Marjorie E. Borom, of Columbia, 
S. C., reside at 1209 Ho.mestead 
Drive, Virginia Beach, Va. 

He is an officer in the ESSA 
commissioned corps, one of the 
government's seven uniformed 
services, the others being those 
cf the Army, Navy, Air Force, 
Marine Cor'^s, Coast Guard and 
Public Health Sei*Vice. Most ESSA 
commissioned officers are assi^- 
ed to the Survey, whose 14 ships 
survey coastal waters, search for 
underwater navigational hazards, 
make gravity and mpgnetic meas- 
urements, conduct tidal and tidal 
currant survevs, and engage in 
de'-i sea o^eanograohic surveys 
and research. 



Beach Men Get Medals 
From Commerce Dept. 

NORFOLK — Joseph Steinberg, Steirfcerg and his wife, Ae for- 

61, was awarded a bronze medal mer Shirley Sd)el. origfaMlly frwn 

recently by the U. S. Commerce Battimore (Md. ) reside in Vh"gJnJa 

Department's Environmental Sci- Beach at 780 Nottln^vam IMve. 

ence Services Administration They have two daughters, Shjyrffli 

(ESSA). The award for superior Esther, and Mr?. Iris Ruth Sl^el. 



service is the highest honor a 
Before that he saw^rtxmmefce bureau can confer upon 



$160 Taken 

VIRGINIA BS.^CH - Police are 
searching for two men who held 
up a 7-Eleven store on Indian Riv- 
er Read near Providence Road 
la.t week. 

The bandits fled with $160 and 
several cartons of cigarettes. 

Police Fa'd the robbery occur- 
red at 10:45 p.m. 



an en^'.oyee. 

Since June 1964 Steinberg has 
been chie^ of the Photogrammstric 
Branch in the East Coast Field 
Office cf the Coast a.nd Geodetic 
Survey in Norfolk, Va. The Sur- 
vey is a majar component of tJie 
Commerce bureau created last 
year to c. a with man's environ- 
mental problems. 

Steinberg was commended as 
"an outstanding person who has 
exhibited loyalty, perseverance 
and efficient attentibn to duty dur- 
ing 25 years ci' C&GS service." 

He was apipointed a photogram- 
metric aid in the agency's Balti- 
more office m 1940, was supervi- 
sory cartographer there fro.m 1951 
to 1964, and aho served a? Acting 
Chief of the Baltimore Office in 
1954. 

Steinberg was born in Baltimore, 
where he attended Baltimore Poly- 
technic Institute and later studied 
civil engineering at Johns Hcckins 
University. He worked as a topo- 
graphic engineer for the City of 
Baltimore and with the U. S. Ar- 
my Corps cf Engineers and U. S. 
Department cf Agriculture before 
joining the Survey. 

He is a member of the Engi- 
neering Committee of the Bahi- 
more Area Council of the Boy 
Scouts of America, the Society of 
American Militaiiy Engineers, the 
American Society of P'notograim- 
metry, and the American Con- 
gress on Surveying and Mapping. 



61C8 Rdbin Hill Road. Baltimore. 

Victor E. Serena, 51. was also 
awarded a bronze medal 1^ the 
U. S. Commerce Department's En* 
vironmental Science Services Ad- 
ministration (ESSA). 

Serer.a, who was recently as- 
signed to the Phottgrantnnetry 
Field Surveys Branch in the East 
Coast Field Office of the Coast 
and Geodetic Survey in NorfoHt, 
Va., was formerly chit'f of a pho- 
togra.-nmetric field party. The 
Survey is a major conripanent of 
the Commerce bureau created last 
year to ccoe with man's environ- 
mental problems. 

He was commended for "out- 
standing ability and engineering 
skills demonstrated in a variety 
of C&GS assignments for a period 
cf 16 years.'' 

Serena was cmoloyed in 1949 as 
a cartographic survey aid with a 
photogrammetric field party. He 
served as chief of a sui>party in 
Alarka for several fieW seasons, 
spending the winter months work- 
ing in the Portland. Ore.. Photo- 
grammetric Office. In 1955 he re- 
ceived a commendation for plan- 
ning, directing and supervisii^ 
photogrammetric work in .Alaska 
and another in 1960 for his direc- 
tion of photo^rairmetri'? field sur- 
veys on the Clearwater River Pro- 
ject, Idaho. He was a mend>er of 
the Louisiana Low Water Line 
Survey Partv, rec'^ient of the 
1860 Karo Award of the Society 
of Ameri'^an Military Engineers. 

He resides at 341 Rosemont Rd. 




X 



What do you need 
when you've just moved 
to town? 




All these... and the best bank in town. 



First & Merchants. That bank with the big blue mark 
you keep noticing all over town, (You'll be seeing it 
all over the state, too. F&M has 52 offices in 17 Vir- 
ginia cities.) It's the one with the drive-in teller 
windows, plenty of parking and all the modern- 
living bank services you'll ever need. Won't you 
come in and get acquainted? We'll be glad to 
transfer your accounts here and help you in every 
way we can. If you want to find out a little more 
about the way First & Merchants takes care of new 
customers, just ask your new neighbors. They're 
probably one of the 173,200 Virginia families banking 
on a better life at Firet & Merchants. They'll say the 
service is great So will you. 




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Virginia Bea^ ^N, Thursday, June 2, ^^^ , PrnFrtntinnQ 

Net Record 

VIRGLNW BE.ACH - A reccrd 
ani.u::i Vjtal rt SJ.445 mail inquir- 
ies frim pre ncLvive trjve^rs 
v^eic i^.:.^; ed at the OceM Hi- 
way Asocialion hca.iiuarters dur- 
ing the fiijal year ending Ajwil 
X'. 1S33. " { 

Tils 67,445 inquiries included 32,- 
4:9/k.yed responses from adver- 
tisements ar.d R&fis r&'eaes in 
nL\v.^:p£r.5 and magazines used 
in the lliS-H Ocean Hiwsy adver- 
tising srhejule. It repr&rerts an 
8 4 re: cent increase ever last 
year's previous record hi'ih of 
62.2C2 inquiries, acccrdirg b M. 
Bi.ucp Alexander, chairman of 
the As.-ociatiLn's advertisir^ com- 
mittee. 

March, the trp inquiry month 
for the year, brought 12.795 piec- 
esW mail to the Associati-on head- 
quartars. January with 11,888 in- 
quiries, was the No. 2 month. 

Althcugh Ocean Hiway mail in- 
(piiries are normally relatively low 
for the month of May, the Asso- 
ciation processed 14,081 requests 
for literature in Mav, 1958, the 
first mor/Ji of the 1966-67 year. 

Recent surveys conducted by 
the ASiOciation sha*- that a high 
percentage of persons who respond 
to Ocean Hiway advertising are 
CMwerted into travelers cm the 
route and to its affiliated areas 
along tile coast between New York 
and Florida. In a cr(»s-section 
sampling survey of persons who 
an?w€red Ocean Hiway advertise- 
ments one year ago, 76 percent of 
those who returned questionnaires 
said they have ab-eady traveled 
the Ocean Hiway. Of the 24 per- 
cent who have not yet used thei 
Ocean Hiway. more than half in- 
dicated that they intend to do so 
when they make their next north- 
south trip. 



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The Story Of Rabies 



f .is is the first M five artSdes 
in a series betag pnbHshed as a 
public service by the Vkginia 
Boch S«H. The materiai was 
made avaflab)e bj^tiie Virginia 
Beach Health Department and 
the Department's Director, Dr. 
Madge May. Ed. 



MRS. GEOIGE I. FTSCHER, head hostess at the Kyle garden, dur- 
ing tftt neai Alaatoa Gadrea T«ar. Gardens open were those of 

- Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Kyk, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Agelasto, Jr., Mr. 

"„,.., mi Mn. Charles SH^staff. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Doanan. Spon- 
sored hf Dibbers of the NiUioiial Cathedral Association, the proceeds 
vfl] go to tht bcfldiog fund of Washington Cathedral. Washington, 

,r D. C. (siaff photo by Padrid^) 



INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE - RENTALS 



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Established 1911 



Rabies has b:en fearsd and 
recognized since early history. In 
arcie..t times, when many condi- 
tions were asscciated with tii3 
st:rs, a period cf«iBrener was de- 
tei-mined by the rise cf the Dog 
Star, Sirjus. At this time madness 
in dogs believed to be most pre- 
velent, hence the kgendary warn- 
ing to beware of "dog days"— July 
and August. Actually, this ancieti 
beiicf is without basis, although it 
still persists in some parts of this 
country. Rabies incidence may b? 
highest in the late winter and 
spring, although it occurs in any 
season. 

Although rabies 'also called 
hydrophobia i is not a leading cause 
of death in humans in Virginia or 
the United States, approximately 
2C0 persons in Virginia and 60.000 
persons in the United States take 
the series of anti-rabies innocula- 
tions annually. It is a terrifying 
disease and 100 percent fatal (once 
symptoms appear) since there is 
no cure once it develops. 

Louis Pasteur developed the finst 
effective treatment for humans in 
1885. He successfully built up the 
immunity of the human bitten br 
a rabid animal by Injecting at 
first weakened doses of treated 
virus. 

The vaccine was improved 
through the years, but it carried 
a danger of serious reaction among 



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a small p€rce::tage of persans 
treated. In the ISoOs, A.-."!jncan 
scIcr.tL Is davcicped a better vic- 
cins, a type produced on avian 
c.T.b/re, which has greally reduced 
the possibility of reaction sickness. 
Probably as important is a serum 
developed 10 years ego for tempo- 
rarily neutralizing the grawth of 
tJie virus in a victim. Wten a vk- 
tim receivEs a biie on the head or 
neck — cnly a short distarxe away 
from the braiia for th? incuil>3ted 
virus to travel — the danger is in- 
totsifled The rsbies vaccina must 
have time to build up the body 
resistance, and if th^re has bjcn 
any delay in the victim's se£k:ng 
treatm«>t, physicians use the 
serum to halt the advance of the 
virus ui^I the vaccine's work takes 
over. 

The rabies vaccine is given in 
M to 21 doses, one daily until the 
series is comp^leted. 

In seeking to mSorm thz public, 
heallh officials fesr two extr^ve 
reactior^ on the part of the popu- 
lace. Cto3 is near hysteria — be- 
cause the disease is so horrible. 
The oher is complacency, that 
medicaJ science will take care of 
the problem once a person dis- 
covers he has been bitten by a 
rabid dag. 

Antirabic treatment is usuaUy in- 
dicated for all persons who have 
been bitten when: (1) the animal 
was caught, identified ar.d .showed 
clinical signs of rabies, usually de- 
termined by a veterinarian. (2) 
The animal died or was killed and 
the laboratory found positive evi- 
dence cf rabies. (3i A laboratory 
examii-.ation found no evidavce cf 
rabies or was unsat'sfactory, but 
in the opinion of a veterinarian, the 
symptoms were suspicious or defi- 
nitely suggestive of rabies. i4i The 
animal was caught or identified, 
and rcbies is known to have been 
present in that community. (5) 
The victim is a child who has been 
in contact with the animal but i.s 
too young to gh^e reliabla testi- 
mony. i8) The victim was bilten 
by a wild animal, such as a skunk. 
kx or bat. Persons bitten by bals 
are always given treatment. Rt- 
cer.t studies shaw that bats can jO 
true carrier;?— transmitting the di 
scass without sufferir.i: from it. 

(.Next Week: Mam Source of 
Rabies). 



Charts Sent 
To 15 Bands 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Caner:iet2 
co-crdinaticn charts have gone oirt 
to 15 High School Bands partici- 
patirg in the 5'.n Anrwal Virginia 
Bsach Music Fe-tival, according 
to Charles Forbes, General Chair- 
man c' the festivai. 

This annual Mid-June event is 
?xn£or£d by the Vii^lnia Beach 
C!iamber cf Commerce, The Inn- 
kseipers of Virginia Beach and 
Foii>es Caiuiies. 

According to the list ol bands 
attending, this year's festival will 
have greater geogra5>h'cal repre- 
sentation than any previous festi- 
val. Outskte of tt'ie Hlaleah High 
School Band, the other bands 
come from intend cities. iMany of 
their naonbers wffl see Viixinia 
Beach and the Atlantic Oc«ui for 
the first time. 

The 4-day competition is sched- 
uled for June 13th, 14th. 19th, 16th 
with participating bands saluting 
Virginia Beach with a boardwalk 
ccocert on June 13th at 4:30. 

Other highUgbts of the program 
include mass band cMicarts on 
Tuesday *ind Wednesday nights 
after marching exhibitions, a 
ispectaqular parade on Thursday 
morning and entertairanent, dance 
and presentation of awards on 
Thursday night at the Alan B. 
Shepard Civic Center. 

Four judges prominent in the 
field of band music will evaluate 
the concert, siight-reading and 
marahing exhibition of the com- 
peting bands. 




Beach Soldier 
Killed Sat. 

VIRGINIA BE.\CH - The De- 
fense Department announced ear- 
lier this week that Spec. 4C Ron- 
ald E. Ange, 18, son of Roscoe S. 
and Mrs. Elnora Crews Ange of 
404 Edinburgh Court, died Satur- 
day in fightirg in Viet Nam. 

Ange attended Kellam High 
School before enlisting in the Ar- 
my in Noven'ber, 1964. 

He was stationed in Hawaii a 
year before being transferred to 
Viet Nam last month. He was at- 
laehcd to the 25th Infantry. 

Besides his parents, he is sur- 
vived by a sister. Miss Donna 
Marie .'^nge, two brothers, Michael 
.^nge and Paul An^e, and his pa- 
ternal grandfather. Lemmie Ange. 




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THERE'S A NEW FLAG flying over Kingston School, Presented to 
the Princess Anne county chapter of the Daughters of the American 
Revolution by Rep. Thomas E. Downing, it once flew over the United 
States Capitol and has been given to the school by the DAR. Berton 
E. Owens, Jr., raised it for the first time Friday morning while Betty 
Anne Gupton watches. Both children's mothers are members of the 
DAR. Bert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Berton E. Owens, Sr.; Betty 
)\nne is the daughter of Mrs. Anne W. Gupton. (staff photo by 
Padrick). 



Charges Dropped 



VIRGINilA BEACH - Following 
a hearing in Municipal Court, four 
young men had extortion charges 
against them dropped. 

Police had charged Jerry Lynn 
Kantowski, Robert W. Cobum, 
John Linwood Spruill and Louis J. 
Caruana with attempting to get 



$1,000 from Mrs. Salina Grandy to 
"ransom one of their buddies from 
the Communists.'' 

The judge damissed tiie case 
after agreeing with the defense at- 
torney that the Commonwealth had 
not proved a case of extortion 
sincethe men did nDl threaten to 
harm Mrs. Grandy. 




THE SECOND ANNUAL Red Cross Youth Leadership Training 
Center was held at Camp Owaissa last weeliend with more than 
fifty young people attending from all over Tidewater. PacMng up and 
now "going home" on Sunday afternoon are Francfaie V. White, 
Maxine Stoehr, Belinda H^mandcr, and Candy Beigle, with Mrs. 
Hester Moore, Director of the Red Cross Youth, Tidewater chapter, 
(photo by Cassandra) 




BETTY JEAN BARNES and friend clown it up at Camp Owatasa 
after an event In the swimming meet held at Virgtaiia Beach last 
weekend. Water safely, leadership skills and nursing services were 
all stressed along with fun. 



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9 Unimproved Land 

OFFICERS 
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Warm A. Qtt, V-Pres. Albert L. Bonney, Treas. 

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' NOTICE 

Afflfcatioii wiH be made to the 
CHy of Vliiginia Beadi Couircil for 
the hearii^ d June 6th at 2:00 
p-«n. for permission to relocate 
a IH alory frame {touse belongli^ 
to Ifr. John H. and Hefei V. Jote- 
^HMB, now located si First Colonial 
Ftan's apartment site, to be mov- 
ed to IfilS First Colonial Road. 

H*Be to be moved by Joseph 
G. Mtayiko. 
John Matyiko 
Rt. No. 4, Box 49 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

M6-2t 

vHmnAr 

lln the a«*'s Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beech on the 12th day of May 
1906. 
PALA CORPORATION, 

Comidainant, 

V. 

OSCAR BLY (also known as MRr 
THUR BLY) and MAiDELINE 
iBLY 

S8S9 Bryant Road 

Virghiia Beach, Virgmia 

CORA BLY, unmarried > 

13Q4diapel Street 

Norfolk, Virginia 

L. p. BLY 

6430 Newtown Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
IB JChancery 

LYWA BLY WATFORD and 
JOHNNY WATFORD 

5629 Bryant Road 

Viriginia Beach, Virginia 

SOLOMON BLY, deceased 

LAURA BLY, Widow 

IG2S Lawrrace Street 

RICHARD BLY (also known as 
RJOHAfiD SUMNER), an infant 

1626 Lawrence Street 

Baltimore, Maryland 

MAUDE BLY MORGAN, 
Deceased 

WHl/IAM H. BLY (also known as 
WIIIIMM BLY MORGAN) 

5629 Bryant Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

ROSA BLY HAMLIN, unmarried 

239 Vir^ia Beach Boulevard 

Norfolk, Virginia 

VIRGIE JEAN MORGAN SUM- 
NER 

1625 Lawrence Street 

Baltimore, Maryland, arxl if they 
be dead, their surviving spouses, 
helPMt-law, devisees w assigns, 
excei>t those named above, 
whose names are unknown, their 
respective lien creditors, if any, 
,fflid ail o«her persons, who are 
or may be interested in the 
property to be partitioned in 
these proceedings, aU the said 
parties being hereby proceeded 
against'by the general descrip- 
^ tkm «rf "PARTIES UNKNOWN." 

^ Ot^er of PubUcatioii 
Tbe object of this suit is to par- 
tition the hereinafter described 
real property in one of the nwdes 
prescribed by law, to adjudicate 
the fee sin^ple owners of said 
property; said land being situate 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, and being more particularly 
described as f<^lows, toAvit: 

ALL that certain tract, piece 
or parcel of land, situate, lying 
and being in the Bayside Borough 
of the aty of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, on Bryant Road, and bound- 
ed and described as follows: 
iBBGBWHNG at a pin on the 



• LEOALNOnCT 

soutt or west side of Bryant Road 
dividing the property herein de- 
scribed from that now or formerly 
of Gewge Sjparrow; thence from 
said pomt of b^innlng south 41* 
sriO" west 350.87 feet to a point; 
thawe north 68* 12" 10" west 
14B.40 feet to a pipe; thence n»th 
60° 46' 00" west 213.16 feet to a 
pin; thence north 63° 12' 10" west 
^.66 feet to a pin on the north 
side of Bryant Road; thence along 
the right of way of Bryant Road 
the following courses and distanc 
es to the pdlint at beginning; 
thence north 66° 56' 30'' east 106.68 
feet to a point; thence north 61° 
32' 50" east 480.0 feet to a point; 
thence south 60° 10' 40" east 93.44 
feet to a point; thence south 40° 
15' east 396.23 feet to a pin in the 
right of way of Bryant Road, the 
point of beginning. 

An affidavit having been made 
that the foSowing defendants are 
non-residents of the Coinmon- 
wealth of Vii^inia, and that their 
last known post office addresses 
are as follows: Laura Bly, 1625 
Lawrence Street, Baltimore, Mary- 
land; Richard Bly (a-k-a Richard 
Sumner), 1625 Lawrence Street, 
Baltimore, Maryland, and Vir^e 
Jean Morgan Sumner, 1625 Law- 
rence Street, Baltimore, Mary- 
land, or if they be not living, 
their heirs, or any other persons 
who may have an interest in this 
matter. 

IT IS ORDERED that the above 
named persons who are, or may 
be, Interested in the property to 
be partitioned in these proceedings 
appear within ten (10) days after 
the publication of this order to do 
what may be necessary to protect 
their respective interest. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 
that a copy of this Order be post- 
ed on the front of' the (Courthouse 
of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, not less 
than ten (10) days before applica- 
tion for the appointment of a Com- 
missioner is made herein, and the 
copies of this Order be at the 
same time mailed to the mm-resi- 
dent defendants at the Post Of- 
fice Address appearing in the af- 
fidavit. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 
that the above portion of this Or- 
der be published once a week for 
four successive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun, a newspapCT 
published in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

Teste- 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Allen J. Gordon, p.q. 
4211 E. Indian River Road 
Chesapeake, Virginia 

5-19-4t 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGIMA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Cowi of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 19th day of May, 

ANGELA S. SISON, Plaintiff, 
against 

JUAN.1T0 SISON. Defendant. 
Order of Publication ; / 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro to 
be later merged into a ivorce a 
vinculo matrimonii frwn the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of de- 
sertion. 

And an affidavit having been 



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made and ^ that the defeodait 
is a nnn-resdcot of the ^e of 
Virginia, the last known prot of- 
fice address beiqg: USS Wacson^ 
mafw, AO-1Q9, FPO. New York, 
New Yoric. it is ordered that he 
do appeffl* here within ten (10) 
days afto- due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect his ii^rest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cterk. 

By: Mary M. White. D.C. 
J. Peter Holland. IM, p.q. 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-2&4t 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In the Clot's OfiSce of the Cir- 
Beach, on the 2nd day of May, 
1966. 

LINDA KAY BREL, Inft., 
Plaintiff, 
against 

DANIEL W. BRJLL, Defendant. 
Order of Publication 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
to be later ma-ged Into a divorce 
a vincuk) matrimonii, from the 
said defendant upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 



• lEOM NOTICES 

made and filed tttat the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: S96 Wooster, 
North BaHSerton, Ohio, it is or- 
dered that he do appear here with- 
in ten (W) days after due publica- 
ticm hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M, White, D.C. 
Theodore A. BJjfe, p.q. 
106 N. Plaza "^il 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-124t 



NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 
that jwrsuant to Sections 29-125, 
29-126 and 29-127 of the Ckxle of 
Virginia, the Commission Of Game 
and Inland Fisheries on May 7, 
1966 adopted the following amend- 
ed Regulations. 

1. DEER SEASONS: The season 
for InmtJng deer shall begin the 
third Monday in November and 
run Uirough January 5, statewide, 
with the following exceptions: 

(a) In the counties west of the 
Blue Ridge Mountains, and in Am- 
herst west of U. S. Route 29, Bed- 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

ford, Campbell vwst <A Southern 
Railroad. Frai*lin, Halifax, Hen- 
ry, Nelson west of Route 151, Pat- 
ride and Pittsylvania deer may 
be hurtted from the third Monday 
in Novenrf)er and for eleven con- 
secutive hunting days followii^. 

>(b) It shall be unlawful to hunt 
deer at any time in the counties 
of Arlington, Buchanan, Fairfax 
in that section closed to all hunt- 
ing, Northampton, and Wise north 
of alternate Route 58, and on Hid- 
den Valley and Clinch Mountain 
Wildlife Management Areas. 

(c) It shall be unlawful to hunt 
deer with dogs in all counties west 
of the Blue Ridge Mountains and 
in the counties of Amherst west 
df U. S. Route 29. Bedford, Canrjp- 
bell west of Southern Railroad, 
Fairfax, Franklin, Henry, Lou- 
doun, Nelson west of Route 151, 
Patrick and Pittsylvania west of 
Southern Railroad. 

1.1 DEER€AG LIMITS: The 
lawful bag limit for deer shall be 
one buck a license year, state- 
wide, with the following excep- 
tions: 

(a) One a license year, either 
sex the first day, in the counties 
of Albemarle, Alleghany, Amherst 
west of U.S. Route 29, Augusta, 



LEGAL NOTICES , Virginia Beach SUN, Thursiday, 



Bath, Bedford, Bland, Botetourt. 
Carroll, Clarke. Craig, Culpeper, 
Dickenson, Fairfax, Fauquier, 
Floyd, Franklin, Frederick, Giles, 
Grayson, Greene, Halifax, Henry, 
Highland, Lee, Loudoun, Louisa, 
Madison, Nelson west of Rmite 
151, Orange, Page, Patrick, PHt- 
sylvania east of Southern Rail- 
road, Prince William, Pulaski, 
Rappahannock, Roanoke, Rock- 
bridge. Rockingham, Russell, 
Scott, Shenandoah, Smyth, S"ot- 
sylvania, Stafford, Tazewell, War- 
ren, Washington, Wise south of 
alternate Route 58 and Wythe, and 
the (^antico Marine Reservation, 
(b) One a day, two a license 
year, bucks only, in the counties 
of Accomack, Amelia, Amherst 
east of U. S. Rmite 29, Appwnat- 
tox, Brunswick, Buckingham, 
Campbell, Charles City, Charlotte, 
Chesterfield, Cumberland, Dinwid- 
dle, Fluvanna, Gloucester, Gooch- 
land, Hanover, Henrico, James 
City, King William, Lunenburg, 
Mathew% Mecklenburg, Middle- 
sex, Nelson east of Route 181, 
New Kent, Nottoway, Pittsylvania 
west of Southern Railroad, Pow 
Jiatam Prince Edward, Prince 
George and York, and in the cities 
of Hampton and Newport News. 



^June 2, 1966 
Pag« 3-B 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

.—^—^.^—^— —.———— * 

(ci One a day, two a license 
year, one of which may be a doe 
first five days, in the counties of 
Caroline, Essex, King George. 
King and Queen, Lancaster. 
Northumberland, Richmond and i 
Westmorelandr j 

(d) One a day, two a license 
year, one of which may be a doe. \ 
in the counties of Greensville, Isle | 
of Wight, N-ansemond, Southamp- 
ton, Surry and Sussex, and in the 
cities of Chesapeake and Virginia 
Beach, and -the foilcwing Military 
Areas; Camp Peary, Cheatham 
Annex, Fort Eustis. Langley Air 
Force Base and ■ Naval Weapons 
Station. 

2.1 TURKEY SE.\SON A\D 
B.\G LIMIT: fai West of the Blue 
Ridge Mountains, it shall be law- 
ful to hunt turkey ..from the first 
Monday in November through De- 
cember 17, inckisive, and east of 
the Blue Ridge Mountains, it shall 
be lawful to hunt turkey from the 
third Monday in November 
through December 3. ex'cept there 
shall be a closed turkey season in 
the counties of Accomack, Alle 
ghany in the Gathright Manage- 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

ment Area only, Arlington, B^ 
in the Gathright Mmiageraeflt 
Area only. Bland, Buchanan, Sar- 
roll, Charles City, Clartte. Dideen- 
son. Floyd, Franklin. Glouc^ler, 
Grayson, Greene, Greensville, 
Hanover, Henrico, Henry. Isle of 
Wight, James City, King Geor^, 
King WiUiem, Lancaster. Lee, 
Madison, Mathews, Middlesex, 
Nansemond, New Kent, Nbrthanp- 
ton, NorthunJjsrland, Patrit*. Pu- 
laski, Rappahannock, Richmond, 
Rusiell, Scott, Smyth, Sauthamp- 
ton, Surry, Sussex, Tazewnell, 
Washington, Westmoreland, Wise, 
Wythe and York, and in the cities 
of Chesapeake, Hamoton. Newport 
News and Virginia Beach. 

'b) The bag limit shall be as 
follows: 1 turkey a day, 2 a li- 
cense year except in Cumlberland 
County bearded turkeys only may 
be taken. 

The foregoing Regulations, as 
amended, shall become efifective 
July 1, 1966. 

COMMISSION OF GAME AND 
LNLAND FISHERIES 
E. C. Nettles, Chairman ' 

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Mrs. Earllna Wettt 

RoKia Jonas 

R, chard M. Bauratard, Jr. 

C. S. Hudgins. St. 
Wm. L. Richars 
Donald M. Htadlay 
Mrs. W. E. Hawkslay 
Catharina Sathuna 
Josaph M. Lewis 
Harold D. Bishop 
Sidney B. Cinnell 
Roy E. Carter 
Archie L. CahoOfI 
Geo W. Langston 
Geo M Btanchard 
G. D. Allan 

Mrs. Nellie Wyatt 
Barbara C. Lamm 
Larry E. ReddiX 
Mrs. C M- Higgins 
Thelma H. Easton 
Waller W Cuff 
Josephine Covafl 
L. H. Battle 
Penny Burch"' 
Terry L. Sherman 
Mri. Henry W. Mien 
Chas. M Bond 
Marion L. Ball 
C. A. Childresa 
Mrs D. M. Walton 
Mrs. Wilma Lowe 
Ray Haalen 
Reginald Thonu* 
Cafvtn Bell 
L S, Fitihugh 
John T. Baan 
Joyce L. Bradley 
Renall Jackson 
Mrs Winfrey Hall 
Mrs. Fiorina C Smidi 
Mrs. Adiaan Larhmere 
Hdiei G. Ma>ette 
tdwina W Bishop 
Mrs Rtba W HaU 
Russell Fo«ler 
Dennis S. Bricliall 
Percy W- Hancham 
Mrs- Batty Elite 
Sarah A Boone 
Wayne Turner 
Ophelia L. Partter 
Richard L. Jordan 
Mrs. C. Bonnasa 
Mrs. Ruby Fields 
Mrs. W T. Honea 

B Mayes 

Miss inice McKlbban 
Steven (X Arnold 
Mrs. Craca Potter 
M, C. Edwards 
JoAnn Q. Carmon 
M*rg»t« L- OvartOM 
Mrs Margaret MorrlB 
Mrs. J A. WintcUer 
Miss Barbara Slayhau^ 
Mrs Mildred Jernlcan 
Jamas White 
Mrs- J A. KaHina 
Johnny L- Copeland 
Charles Farbae 
Miss Joan Kacktey 
Emma L. Taylor 
Warren E. Water* 
Wtliiam R Tayt^. Jr. 

1 homes E. AsA* 
W, H Johnson 
Walter Msnguni 

D. C. Rickmorw) 

Mrs. Gladys B. Cram If 
Mrs. J. R Howarton 
Bernice Hawks 
Mrs. H. V. Carpemer 

Mrs Dan Garrett 
Florida M Johnson 
Reginald Johnson 
Pearl N. Sterling 
R. A. Ayers 
H- N. Newtomb 
Mrs. Otay Giimen 
Mr J A Apparaon 
Mrs. Helen Veager 
Mrs Arthur BnttmghMi 
Mrs J R. Lecataa 
Beaulah Cotrell 
Ut% Margie Bradley 
Mary Ann RudigM' 
Irana Barnes 

92S.00 BRNNin 

Robart A C«t 

Carl t Brown, Sr. 
Fred Cyprass, Jr. 
Robb>a Cuip 
Emmett F, ftaagan 
R w Uanactie 
Mrs. Rtrth Rary 
Eunice M. Epparson 
Bassie G West 
D J Stradlirtg 
G>iD«n Certm 
Arnandl S Wilson 

Mrs- M P. Valentine 
Mrs Paul Sa(iard 
Mrs G H Eihs 
Ltllie M Curnutt 
Oscar Andarson 
Rosemene S. Gardner 
J U DuUn 
W A. &pnr«er 
Cittion Henshan 
Irene Sttova 
Jatin O Sawyer 
a G. TiUay 
C F McROrte 
Mrs Barbara WWhs 
Frank Snow 
Mrs Dors M BmaH 
K L Huston 
Ear. J Millw 
Haiei F ODad 
CtMrtas C. Aidem 
LesNe Levif^ar 
Judy ArtnrS 
Humer C Forsythe 
Roger Sweel 

»M.OO WINHim 
Mrs N P V.naeai 
Odessa Sa«a^ 

Mrs Linda johnaen 
Mr Frad Scheots 
tdwin Clark. Jr. 
Mrs Fanma W Wllaen 
>n«i Jones 
Eva Uar»a Kterckar 
Thelma F Ferrv 
JuOith E. I 
Barnethe C- 
H. T. 



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or vnMHNii 

M Ibe OMfs (MBoe'Qr fiie dr- 
nin CMst tf till tibr ol tnt^iia 
Ml « eie mh (ky at May. 

<aiOBi4 XBAN GARSY 



PAUL QAREY 



tie ofalect of this soft is to d>- 
t«in a dhmxx a viacdo nuitri- 
aaek ktm ikt add defendut. 
«9QB tile ytsuadt of two jwars 




Airf «D affidavit i»ving been 
Bwde and filed that <iie detoidant 
k a BOD^csideat of tfae State d 
Vln^iiK. (be laat known fxwt of- 
&» addresa beng 608 Ferrax> 
iMB. UPueote, Caiifarnia it is 
«nkr«d tfart he da appear here 
mtSbkk ten (10) days afta- due 
N bte t io a hereof, and do vHiat 
naqr be aeeesaiir to protect his 
Mereit in this suit 

A oyj f — 1 %ate: 

JOEfff V. mmSSS. Oerk. 

By: Maty ti White. DC. 
GMOB ft Wright 
an Pacific Avone 
^^if;inia Beach, Vii^inia 
^ MlMt 

btiie t»tujt Court of theCtty 
«f- Vfa^ima Beadi on tiie I9tii day 
oCMay, 1S0. 
WWEWiTTER OF 

fVED J. BLC»aBY>T AND 

MARY DAVE MURRAY, AD- 
. ISVSntAtORS, C.TA. OF 
, THE ESTAlfe: OF BLANCHE 

B06EBRO 1MIFIM0RE, DE- 

CEASD) 

Aair iCaaK OrdCT 

ft appearii^ to the Court that 
a rqxMit of (he acmmts of FYed J. 
Atoenqpot and Mary Davis Mur- 
ray, eta. <f tile Estate of Blanche 
RasAro WUUmore, deceased, 
and of the ddMs and demankb 
against her estate has been filed 
in tiie Cleric's Cttice of this Court, 
and tliat six nmitits have dapsed 
ahice tfae qualiRcatim, on motion 
of said Fred J- Bloen^ and 
Mary Davis Murray, Administra- 
tors, c.t.a. of the Estate of 
Blanche Rosdbro Whitinore, de- 
seased, it is 

OaXStED that the creditors of. 
and al others faflnrested in the 
Estate of Blanche Roseiwo WNt- 
nioK, deceased, do show cause, 
if my th^ean, on the 29th day 
cf June, IMS, befffe diis Qxirt, in 
il oourtroom. agihist ihe [Miy- 
UKOt nd ddhr«7 of the Estate of 
^odie RoMbro Whitinore, de- 
ceased, to tfae defvisees and lega- 
tees, witfiout requiring refundiitf 
II, 1.1 ill 

fr K FURIH&R ORDERED 
that this Show Cause Order be 
pubiirfied ODoe a week for four 
aiKcessive w e eks fai the Virgfaua 
Beach Sun, a newqiapa- having 
gneral drcolation in the City of 
Virginia Beach. Vir^nia. 

A copy— Teste: 
'. J0H4 V. nSNlitESS, Cieric 

egr: Mary 11. mite, DJC. 
Robert LeeSmpson 
Beach Theatre Building 
^Qrginia fieacfa, Virginia 

OnOMmwisALIH tVVIRGINU 
' in tfae aerie's Office of the Or- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Seadi OB the 17th day of May, 
IMS. 

OHer irf Patac^ioB 
MAfiGIE IRigc; BUTTS PARK- 
IS, maintiff. 

LOUBPARXSat SR. 

Defendant 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tam a divorce a vinculo matri- 
mooi frtxn the said defendant. 
upon the grounds of desertkm. 
' And an affidavit tsving l>een 
made and flled that die defeidant 
is a aon-resident of the State of 
Virginia, tiie last known post of- 
tkx address being: SFC, E7, Flr- 
JBg BMery, 1st Missile Battali<m, 
(Wh Aitiflcry, Fort SiU. Okla- 
homa, it is ordered that he do 
appear hei« within ta (lO) days 
i^ter due pdaUcation hereof, and 
do wh^ may be necessary to 
pRilect his mlerest in this suit. 

A copy— Te^: 

Xm V. FlsmffiSS. Oerk. 

By: Mary (M. White, D.C. 
Fine. Fine, L^ian, Sdiwan ft Fine 
Imi Bnikimg 
Iferfoft, Vir^nto 

5-lMt 

OmOMWWBALn <IF VlRGBnA 

ia the Xleriri Office of the Or- 

coit OBurt of the C^ of Virginia 

Bwch. on tfae M dqr of Hivf, 

PtQGY LOU Wm. Plaiatil. 



OOMULO E. 806S, DefetfnL 
QMerllnMMliia 

Ike dUediiiMi m« ig Id db- 
tlAi a divwce a iMIfe et thoro. 
tp be ia dae^ gjy d into i 

(he iaidi pMi» apoj Bie 
pauiii if MTCBi Mi 
■Mtflsifjptlltt 



• uoAi Nonas 

on NiRtey ist, 1986, which said 
deaertioo ud abandimmait has 
bera contBsuous and uninterrupted, 
and without cohabitation, and 
which was without just cause. 

And an affidw^it having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a DMi-resident of the l^ate of 
Virginia, the lart hnown post of- 
fice address being: 1220 N. W. 1st 
Avenue, Fori Lauderdale, Florida, 
it is ordered ttiat he do appear 
h«« within 10 (ten) days after 
due puUication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to jatrtect 
his intere^ in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOW< V. FE^fTRESS, CleHc 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Messrs. Bashara & Hubbard, 
Attys., p.q. , 

Board of Trade Building 
Naridk, Virginia 

B-12-tt 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Cleric's Office of the Cir- 
cuk Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 5th day of May, 
1986. 

VELMA OJFf^E EVANS, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

RUDOLfH EVANS, Defendant. 
Order af Pniiiicirtioa 

The object of tins suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
nvmli from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of separation for 
more than two years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resktoit d the State d 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 609 North Pop- 
lar Street, Champaign, Illinois, it 
is ordered that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to {Nt)tect his 
interest in this suit 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cleric. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry, p.q. 
1369 La^in Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-I2-4t 



VIRGINU: 

In the Cleric's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the Cky of Virginia 
Beach on the 11th day of May, 
1966. 
IN THE MATTER OF: 

Aj^lication of Whiteacre. Inc. 
to the C<Mnmonwealth of Virginia 
for the purchase of Lots 27 and 
29, in Block 37; Lots 33 and 35. 
in Block 42; Lots 5 and 7. in Block 
68, Map of Shadow Lawn Heights, 
recorded hi Map Book 7, at Page 
14; and Lots 9 and 10 in Block 
139. Plat of Rridgecrest, recorded 
in M^ Book 7. at Page 101. 

Order of PnUicatioB \ 

To: J. P. Phelps and Maud L 
Phelps, husband and wife (also 
known as J- P- and Maude L. 
PWHips), Mrs. S. B. Dryden; Al- 
fce V. Dodo-; Am C. Davenport 
(also known" as Anne C. Daven- 
p«t). 

You are hereby notified that 

(a) All those certain lots, piece 
or parcels of land, located and sit- 
uated in the Virginia Beach Bor 
ou^. City (rf Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, and being known, nimAer- 
ed and designated as Lots 27 and 
29, in Block 37: Lots 33 and 35, 
in Block 42; and Lots 5 and 7. in 
Block 68. on the plat entitled 
"Map of ffliadow Law-n Heights." 
made by John M. Baldwin. C.E., 
and duly recorded in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court of Vir- 
ginia Beach. Virginia, in Map 
Book 7. at Page 14; reference to 
which plat is hereby made for a 
more particular description of said 
lots: and 

<b> All those certain lots, pieces 
or parcels of land located and 
situated in the Virginia Beach 
Borough, Citv of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and being known, num- 
bered and designated as Lots 9 
and 10. in B!ock 139, on the ma? 
MJtitled "Plat of Ridgecrest," 
property of Vkginia Beach Realty 
Corporation, made by ClodfeWer 
and Schisler, Engrs.. which map 
is duly recorded in the aforesaid 
Clerk's Office in Map Book 7. at 
Page 101; reference to which plat 
is herAy made for a more par- 
ticular description of said lots, 
were a)U on the 5th day of De- 
ceirber, 1948 for delinquent taxes, 
levies, interest and costs to the 
Conmioiw'eakh ol Virginia and ap- 
plication for the purchase thereof 
has been filed in this otfkre. Airi 
it app^ring from Hie recnrds in 
this office that you are interested 
in said land, you are further ndi- 
fied to iijpear in four months 
from the date of this notice and 
do v^iat may be nec^sary to fRt>- 
tect your interests. 

GIVEN imder my hand this 11th 
day (A Viay. vm. 

A co py— Teste: 

JOB* V. Fia^TWas. Clerk 

Bjr: Miry M. WUie. D-C. 
Kdbn and Kdlam 
m N. Plaza TVafl 
^%fnia Bea^ Vapoia 

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BETHEL METBODIST CHUBCH 

Princen Anne 
Roy a. iaDkmm. PMtor 



^ r. Mttftfe 



ttoMK B. Gariier. 



ABAOOVA BAPTIST CHCBTH 

Now MfettnK In Ixxiiae Luxlord 
Elpmentanr School 
N. C. Clilton. Pastor 



aAYSIDE BAPTIST CHIIBCH 

1480 Pleasure House Rd. 
James V. DePoe, Pastor 



BAY8IDE CHBIBtlAN CRl'BCH 

( Conrrentlonal) 
Shore Drive Mid Oreenwell Boad 

Em-1 L. Farrell. Minister 

DIAMOND SPBOrOS CHBI&TIAa 

CHt'BCH 

Disciples of Christ 

S'TttO W. Hadm Boad 

Q. D«vid Shreeves. Pastor 



JLyaWHA'TBM COLONY ITNITKD 
CHVBCa 

(ConrreKaUoMil Christian) 

Great Neck Bd. near Shore Drive 

The Rev. Tho. H. Britton 



TEMPLE EHANTAL 

2Sth and Baltic. Vs. Beach 
Philip Pincus, RalJibi 



CaABITY METHODIST CKCBCH 

Back Bar. Virrlnls 
Leslie E. Grace, Minister 



MRXBaMVCPnM 

. and ti. Be(«» hi' 
n L. Aahaf, PiMor 



CPVBCH 

'''ivd. 



BEACHLAWN BAPTIHT CBCBCH 

0th and Med. Avenue 
Beorre Wollett. Jr., Minister 



BIBLE BAPTIST CRTRrH 

Oreenwell Rd. and Lakeview Dr, 

Bajrslde. Va. 

Rer. David Moore. Pastor 



BLACKWATEB bAPTIST CHVBCB 

Rer. Ralph L. Bom 



atrBtTBBAN CHRISTIAN CHVBCH 

111 Labourh Avenue 
Rer. J. Frederick Parker 



CHURCH <»!' CHftlST 



cRimca or crbut 

1400 Va. Beach Blvd. Oceana 
Roy N. Wilson, Minister 



OCEAN PARK COMMimiTY 
CHITBCH 

DuPont Circle, Bayalde. Va. 
Paul-E. McCnIlonrh. Th.M. 



LUTHERAN 



COHMVHitT MBTHODUT CBVSCh 

Acredale — KempaviUe ^ 

Rev. John L, KlWer. Jr. 



CABROW BAPTIST CRVRCH 

Rev. Gary B. Thompson 



KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Creeds. Vlnrlnia Beach. Virginia 
W. T, Weaver, Minister 



VIRGINIA BEACH COMMCiriTT 
CHAPEL 

Laakin Bd.. Ltnkhom Bay 
Rev. Richard Woodward, Pastor 



EPISCOPAL 



■ABTEfeJI MORE CHAPEL 

B, Sidney Sanders, Rector 



EBIANCAL LCTHEBAX CHCBCH 

Ijyiin Shore Drive at Vir^nia Beach 
Kenneth A. Price, Pastor 



FOUNDRY METHODIST CHL'BCH 

Va, Beach Bird.. Lynnharen 
William H. Acoeta, MinUter 



EVAMGEIJCAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 
OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 

1489 Laskin Boad 
Rev. Dickson W. Taylor 



FRANCIS ASBtTBY MkTtaOMST 
CHUBCH 

Great Neck Road 
LeRoy Davis, Minister 



OUB SAVIUB'S LUTBEBAV 
CBUBiCH 

Baylake Pines, Bayside 
'Kenneth R. Carbaurh, Pastor 



HAYGOOD MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

4713 Haycood Road 
Robert F. Bryan. Pastor 



CORXFJISTONE BAPTIST 

(Conwrvatlve Baptist) 
Rev. Parker Youns 
220 Red Tide Road 



OCBAVA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1480 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Boy WiUon. Pastor 



EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHUBCH 

833 BowDMui Road 
Bev. Leonard B. Oraves, Jr. 



FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Bea<h Blvd.. Norfolk 
Fr«l M. Fariiw, Pastor 



FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CRlfRCa 

418 Olrarock Boad. Norfolk 
Rev. Charles T. Hendricks 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

36th 3t. at Holly Rd. 
H. Wadcll Waters, Pastor 



FIRST COLONIAL BAPTIST CHUBCH 

Geonre T. Stallinira, Pastor 



FREEWILL BAPTIST CHUBCH 

1415 0*M^na Boulevard 
T. J. Tnfle, Pastor 



PEMBROKE MANOB UNITED 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 

(Cnntrreiratioiial ChriBtian) 

Meetings in Pembroke Manor 

Elementary School 

Rev. Carl T. Dajre 



CHURCH OFGOP 



ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

Vinrinia Beach Boulevard 

i'iOit Lane — Ooeana 

Hci . Samu el D. Bieler, Jr. 

CHURCH OF GOD 

020 14th Street 

B(A>t>y H. Sams, Pastor 



GALILEE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

40th and Pacific 
•Hie Rev. Bftmund Berktley, Rector 



PRINCE OF PEACE LUTHERAN 

CHURCH . 

(Missouri Synod) ' 

434 King's Grant Road 
Ber. J. Elmer Medley, Pastor 



KN0TT8 ISLAND METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Knotts Island, N. C. 
Robert 0. Black. Minister 



THALIA 

Pine Ave, 
William 

SALEM Msi^o^T cittmcH 

Princess Anne. Virrlnia 
Emory S. SUmore, Minister 

VIRGINIA a EA I M j tirtttoPil^T 

207 asth StTMt 
Ber. Beverl^r l^fily 

PEN1S0OSTAL 

PENTECOSTAL CtttTlUtt O* C&RI8T 

16th St. and Baltic Are. 
Elwood Kern, Paator 



PRE8BYTEBIAN 



LeKIES METHODIST CHUBCH 

eseo Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Rev. C. Kston Gray 



BAYSIDE PBl^BYTBBlAV CHUBCH 

Near Bobbins Comer 
Rev. J. E. Johnson, Pastor 



NAZARENE 



OLD DONATIOH EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

448 Witch Duck Road, Bayside 



ST. Ati>nr>a t»istbpAL church 

King's Grant Bd. and Edinburg Drive 
Rev. L, J. Taylor, Jr., Vicar 



OCEAKA CHUBCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

8. Court House Rd.. Oceana 
Paul R. Aldrlch, Pastor 



LYNNHAVEN HETHODII^T CHtRCH 

Little Neck Road 
Rev. Oscar V. Bodriguei 



BOW CREEft rlBSBYTEBtAN 
CHURCtt 

Bosemont Road and ^aia Trail 
Wentz J. Miller, Minister 



NIMMO METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Emory S. Ellm'ore. Minister 



CALVART PRBSBYTEaiAM CHURCH 

First St., Glenrock, Norfolk 
B. Crowell Cootey, Pastor 



ST. FRABCIS' EPISCOPAL CHUBCH 

609 Rosemont Road 
The Rev. Clayton E. Crigger. Vicar 



FRIENDS 



niUBNDS MEETING 
;. . i (QuiAar) 
Xiaskin Road 



METHOD£ST 



PLAZA METHODIST CHURCH 

208 Plaza Trail 
Hsrbert G. Hobbs, Pastor 



CHRIST PRBSBYtEiuAN CHUBCH 

1200 Aragona BonWard 
M. Bland Duaey. Minister 



BAYLAKE METHODIST CHUBCH 

Shore Dr. at Treasure Island Dr. 

In Bayside 

Raymond E. Muaser, Minister 



SCOTT MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

400 First Colonial Road 
Rev. H. Wark Currjr, Pastor 



FIBST PBESBYTEBIAN CHURCB 

Padlic Ave. at 36th St. 

John S. Lyles, Pastor 



BEECV GBOVE METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
stoi B. Jttcksou. Pastor 



ST. MARK A.M.E. CHUBCH 

Oceana 
Rev. D. P. Felton, Pastor 



KEHPSVILLE PBBSBYTBBUH 
CHUBCH 

620 KempsrUle Itoad 
J. L. Copixwk, Pastor 



KEMPSVILLB BAPTIST CHUBCH 

7780 Princess Anne Rd. 
Charles H. Jones, Pastor 



KING'S GRANT BAPTIST CHAPEL 

Meeting In Kingston Elpmentary aehool 
W. Glenn Tallant. Pastor 



MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHUBCH 

L. Warren Ch&ee. Pastor 



OAR OBOTE BAPTIST CHUBCH 

Back Bay. Virginia 
Alvin St. Clair. Pastor 




KINGS GBANt NUgSBYTBRIAN 
CHUBCH 

(Now meeting in the Kinc's Orant Ele- 
mentary School) 

Raymond C. Flitton, Pastor 



LYNNHAVEN PBESBYTEBIAN 
CHUBCH 

Lynnhaven VlUam 
Rev, Marion R. Webb, Jr. 



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PRINCESS AVNE FREEWILL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

1416 Oceana Blvd. 
T. J. Tingle. Pastor 



"let tlUs mini he in you, whidh was also in Christ Jesus,** 

•—PhUippians2:5 



THALIA TRINITY PRBSBTTniAN 
CHURCH 

420 Thalia Road 
Sidney D. Crane, Minister 



PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA BAPTIST 
CHI'BCH 

245 RoScnionl Road 
, Rer. Mclvin Huirlios. Pastor 

ST. JOHN'S R.^PTIST rRURrH 

I'ruH..'^.^ Amip I'oiirl House 
Rev. firm's D. I'orkins. Pastor 



LONDON RRIDT.K BAPTIST CHUBCH 

I.ond<>n Bridse, Virginia 
G. Edward Hiisrhps. Pastor 

THALIA LVNN BAPTIST CHUBCH 

Va. Bea<-h Blvd. adjoining Princess 

High S<-hool 

Rev. Robert N. Wallace 



BRETHREN 



GBACE BBETHBEN CHURCH 

Great .Neck at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arrington. Pastor 



WALKER REALTY CORP. 

Branch Office 
S2T7 VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. 
Adjacent To Princen Ann Plaza 

WE SELL, BUY. RENT ft TRADE 

IfXfPHONE 3104121 




Have you ever given thought 
to the expression which pdints 
out that "what you think vou 
are"? 

Think happy thoughts and 
your attitude toward life is cer- 
tain to be brighter and cheer- 
ful. Look for gloom and you 
will find it. 

It follows that our life be- 
comes enriched when we turn 
our thoughts to God, when we 
keep in mind the high example 
of the dedicated life of Chnst 
upon earth. 

Keep God in your life, every 
day. 



WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCB 

John B. Dey Elem. School 
J. Stanton Blain, Paator 



ROMAN CAT1I(»JC 



STAR OF THE. SKA VATHOLIO 

cHk'hcn 

14th St. and Anlii- Ciri'le 
Kuv. Fi'aiM'Ui V. Uuuibrivk 



ST, 



GRBtiOKY THE GREAT 
CATHOLIC CBUHCH 

7371 Virginia Bcaih Blvd. 

Rev. Flavian Velinko. O.S.B. 

Rev. Pa8<hal Kncip. O.S.B. 



ST. MATTHEWS CATHOLIC CHUMm 

1010 Sandra l»ae, Va. Beach 
Father O'Hara. Father Findlay 

ST. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHUBCH 

644 Little Net-k Road 
Rev. Thomas M. Summers 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 

FIRST CHUBCH OF CHRIST, 

SCIENTIST 

308 BOth Street 



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Phone 4284246 
Virgiala Beach. Vlrghda StMl 
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KEILAIM-EATON INSURANCE CO. 

3111 Pacific Ave. — Telephone GA 8-9161 
2406 B. Princeaa Anne Rd. Dial 4i8.«06 
Real Ertate — KMtah — 





SEASIDE MARKET 




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Tcic^one 428-9313 


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FLOWERS 
HERBERT HARRELL FLORICT 

PHONE 428-87^2 



PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING & 
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS, Inc. 

2 Location* To Serve You 

Radio. Dispatched Trucks 

431 Virginia Beach Blvd. — Dial 428-186d 

Princess Aune Station — Dial 426*6216 



BRINKLEY'S SHEU SERVICE 

"FHcadly <xrrka pha QnMy FiiiiiM" 

31tt Stra^ aad BaKk Avwm 

Telephone GA 8-4232 Virgiiaia Boach 



MAESTAS FUNERAL HOME 

VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA 
PHONE 428-6121 



MURDEN DRUG CO., Inc. 

Preaipt - Efficient Prescriptioa Sarrie* 

Phone 340-8 111 2264 Va. Baach Blvd. 

FREE DELIVERY 



The "CONVERSE" Tennis Oxford For Men 
and Boys Is Available At 

HIRSCHLErS SHOES 

Aragoan aftopplag Caatar 
4848 Vh^faiia Beach Blvd. 



BE4.0 SUPERMARKH 

Loadoa BrU^ Vi. at 

3Mh Street ft Aivtie AfMM 

Vkiiaia Baack 




Your Shoppiag Caatar 



CAVALIER GARAGI 

JOHNNY DUDLEY 

DirectlT BeUnd HMd 

IndepoMieBtly Opctalai 
HoOy Road ft CavaUer Dr. — 428-2131 



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OCEANA CURB MARKIT 

VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEANA 

Country Cored Bacon, Hama ft Shonldbn 

Fresh Fraits, VegatahlM, 

Groceriea ft Meata 



W. A. WOOD, Inc. 

CaaiBiiaaion Afaal 
H«Mhla Oa ft RaflalBl Cc 
Pml Oil aad Kci 
Dial GA8-33M 



FLOYD T. DEARY CO. 

MM INIH7STRIAL f^RX ROAD 
VntomiA BBACS. VDMHNU IMH 
ALL TYI^ WBLDINO 
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McCOY OIL COMPANY 



Bodget Payment Plra - Kiftaeae ^ Fad Ol 
310 VfrgUa Beach Nvd. V«. iead^ n. 



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PRESTON SHELTON 

CUST(N^ BunjHNQ 
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COMMONWEALTH Qpr VI9G|NIA 

In the Clerk's Office of Oie Or- 
Ml Court (tf the aty of Vii^inia 

fOnftii, qa IN W^ % «f iny. 



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Tiy nbjeet of tiils mit is to c|>- 
t»in a (fivoree a ine^ ^ 4xM^ )o 

beU^vom:^ into « 4tvof^ a 
vloo^ mi^r%iau from tiie said 
ddmikid, upon the gnwads of de- 
sertiia. 

Aod an affidavit baving been 
made ai>d Sled that the defwdwit 
is a noiKeaideot of the ftste of 
Virginia, the M known pc4 of- 
fice a#rm Mog: 14 Mwfiby 
Orcle, Newfnrt, Rhode Idaad, it 
is (M^dered that she do a|;|)e«r here 
witbio ten (10) days «^ due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessffly to protect her 
interest in tiiis suit. 

A oqjy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Wilteox, Savage, Lawrence, 

IDickson & Swindle, p.q. 
Philip G. Denman , 

3115 Pacific Avenue ' 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-26^ 



ADMINIOTRTOR'S SALE , 

Take notice that the undersign- 
ed, Administrator of the Estate of 
Alice Williams Woods, wiM on tiie 
15th day of June, 1966, at 9:30 
e.m., at the premises known as 
304 23rd Street, Borough of Vir- 
ginia Beach, City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, sell at public 
auction, for cash, the household 
' ^ and kitchen furniture, jewelry, and 
other personal effects of the late 
Alice Williams Woods. 
G. C. Riley 

Administrator of the Estate of 
Alice Williams Woods, de- 
ceased. 

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 
that pursuant to Sections 29-125, 
29-128 and 29-127 of the Code of 
Virginia, the C«nmi£sion of Game 
and Inland Fisheries on May 7, 
1966 adopted the folkwing chaise 
in its Regulations. 

Rescinded Regulation 2B (a) 
which reads as foUows: 
, 28(a) In the counties of Acco- 
mack. Charles City, Gloucester, 
James City, Mathews, New Kent, 
Nort}:lanq)too and York and the 
c^m cf Hampton. Newport News 
and Virg&iia Beach it sh'all be law- 
ful to tiap raccoon Octcbo- l-Jan- 
uary 31. 

This shall become eiffective July 
1. 1966. 

comp^ssmi of game and 

'INLAND FISHERIES 
E.X. Nettles, Chainrtan 

6-2-lt 

t NOTICE TO HIE PUBUC 

mmCE IS HEREBY GIVEN 
that pursuant to Sections 2^125 
and 29-U6 of the Code of Virginia, 
tiie Co(nmissi(m of Game and In- 
land Fisheries, meeting in Rich- 
mend. Virginia, May 7, 1986, or- 
dered the proposed change in its 
rales and will hoW a Public Hear- 
mg^ for the purpose of adoptinig 
- this") prqpos^ rule at Room 100, 
7 NbrthjSecond Street. Richmond, 
Vimiua- 1 00 p.m. June 24, 1966. 
iMtmiA Regulation 49 (fourth 
parage Btph) to read as folkyws: 

0{!isn seasons, fishing hours, 
method of taking fish, creel, pos- 
session and size limit shall con- 
form to> the statewide regulations 
unless otherwise exception by 
posted notice displayed at each 
recognized entrance to the lake, 
pond or stream in which case the 
posted regulations shall be in ef- 
fe^. 

COMMISSION OF GAME AND 
INLAND FKHERIES 
E. C. Nettles, Chainnan 

6-2-lt 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office (rf the Ck- 
cuit Court of the City of Vii^inia 
Beach, on the 25tb day of JM^. 
1966. _-/ 

PHYLLIS yi$JOOX, Pimm, 
agaihst 

ERIC KEM^TH WILCOX, 
Ddoidaitt. 
' Onler €< PnbHaittM 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a (fivorce a vinouk) matri- 
mcmH from the saki defendant, 
i^xm the gnxuids of desertion for 
a period of njore Uian one year. 

And m affidavit iwving been 
Ttiaie and filed that the defendant 
is a non^oident of the State of 
Vrginiia, the last known poM of- 
fice addre^ being: 438 East 
Brom Street. Fresno, California, 
it is ordered that he do ^ipev 
litre wttiln \m (10) days after 
due {xiWcatMn hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his httemt in thto suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Cterk. 

By:'!4ary M White. DC 
Fred W. Richte-, p.q- 
Lew BtiU^ 



LEGAL NOTICES 



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COMMWylWEALlH OF VIRGINIA 

ip Ih^ Gl9t*s Office trilie Ck- 

ci^ Cowt cf tbt City of Viignia 

M. w the iWh day qflSy. 

iiinr liAicnN u^cserry. 



(XSf^ 0. UNiaipSiilY, 
Def«fi|init. 
^ ^W if ^iljllnilln ( 

The dbjNt (i tiilt aii% to ob- 
tain a <ivofc« a mpaa et thQn> to 
be at the prefer tiq^ roet^ fa>to 
a dWcrce a viao^ maj^iinonii 
from the sakI defendairi ufKm the 
grounds of deMstkm. 

Aod an afii^t having JMen 
lAade and fikd that the defendant 
is a n(»-resk)ent of the St»i» of 
Virgink, the last known ^ of- 
fice address being: ano Oakley 
8tre^, p^tiinore. Maryi«x|. or 
business address: Wya^'s Shoe 
l^cre, 1961 East Joppi Roiad, Bal- 
tinwre, Maryland, it is ordered 
that he do appear here within ten 
(10) days after due piMcation 
hweof, and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect his interest in 
tliis suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. F13«rR£aS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Nonoan f- StraMs, Jr., p.q. 
Pikber, lipd^rmod, Pikher k 

210 Plaxa One 
NorfoDc, Virginia 

6-2^1 



Vbfiali: '.i y 

'mt regular meeting of the 
Pouncil p^ tfie City of Virginia 
tfeid) «a be heid in the Circuit 
Court on Monday, June 13, 1966, 
at 2 o'ckx^ P. M. at which time 
penons wiU )>e hewxi for and 
against tfae foUowing proposed 
chimges al lonbig, use pemuts, 
etc.: 

I. .^ipUcatiop of the Honorable 
City Council of the C% of Vir- 
gtala Beach to anend the Master 
Zoning Pkn. 

Sectkm 6, Appendix B of the 
Code of the County of Princess 
Anne, Virginia, 1958, Gteneral Pro- 
vision No. 5 (page 227). 

To be deleted: For the puipose 
of this ordmance, attached garag- 
es, porches, and stoops shall be 
considered a part of the main 
buikjing. However, steps, or cov- 
ered patks shall not be consider- 
ed a part of the main building and 
niay be constructed within the re- 
quired front, side and rear yard 
s^)adGS, provided tbc^ do not 
come within six feet of any side 
or rear luie or within tiwenty-five 
feet cf any front tot line. 

To be added: For the purpose 
of this ordinance, attached and/or 
detached carports, gSr^es. porch- 
es, and stoops ^all be considered 
a part of the main bulMhig. How- 
ever, steps or patios shaU noObe 
oopsidered a part of the main 
buikling and may be constructed 
within the requked side and rear 
yard setbacks provided they do 
not ccme within six feet of any 
side or rear line. All garages, 
porches, carports, stoops and $teps 
must be ?hown on the site plan. 

II. Application of Southland Cor- 
poration by Kellam and Kellam. 
Attorneys, for a change d ronlng 
Iron Residence Suburban District 
4 (R-S 4) to Limited Commercial 
Distrkt 2 (C-'L 2) of certain prop- 
erty k)cated at the Northwest in- 
tersection of Kellam Road and 
Broad Street. Bayside Borou^. 

m. Afplicatwn of Frank E. and 
AdeH Sawyer for a change of zon- 
ii^ from Residence Duplex Dis- 
trict 1 (R^D 1) to Limited Com- 
mercial District 2 (C-L 2) on cer- 
tain {Mxiperty k>cated 611.5 feet 
South of Bonney Road fronting 100 
feet on Holland Itoad. Kempsville 
Borough. 

W. A{;plicatk>n of Shell Oii Com- 
pai^ for a Use Potntt to operate 
a gasoline suf^ly statkm on the 
Northwest corner of Military High- 
way and Providence Road. 
Kempsville Borough. 

V. ^plkation of Socony Mobile 
Oil Company by T. F. Zdier for 
a change oi zoning from Limited 
Commercial Distrkn 2 (C-L 2) and 
Residnice Duplex District 1 (R-D 
1) to General Commercial District 
2 (CO 2) and a Use P«tiut to 
cpo'atf a gasoline supply station 
on the Southwest corner of Reov 
Drivia snd Indian Riv^ Road 
Ken^vUie Borough. 

VI A0)!k»tk>n cf L. B. WaHier 
for a d^anip of aoning from Resi- 
dence Pupiex District 2 (R-D 2) 
to Limited Commercial District 2 
(C4i 2) of cw'tain ^ffo^eriy tocat- 
ed 136 feet West of Mpxey Drive, 
fronting 75 feet on the North side 
of Vfa^ia Beach Boulevard. 
L^aeh«ven fiorou^. 

vn. AppUcatkm of Po-ljo In- 
vestmeit. Inc. by J Peter Hol- 
land III. Attorney, for a change 
of loning from Residence D^ilex 
Dirtrtet 1 (RO 1» to limited Com- 
merctal District 3 iC-L 3) of cer- 
tain {xtiperty fronting 7K £eet 
more or less on the WeM skle oi 
South Lymhaven Road beginniflg 
at a point 730 feet nwre or less 
Soi^ of Oa's Brkige. Lynntoven 
BoitK^. 

VS. Apfdic^ktt of ErI W. 
Brown and Pauline G Brown for 
a duuge of zooing from B^idaice 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



Subi^t>an EHstrict 4 (R-S 4) to 
Residence Duplex District 2 (R-b 
2) on certain property kcated 60 
feet West of Oak S^eet on Ocean 
Shore Avenue. Lynnhaven Bor- 
ough. 

ilX. Application of Princes Anne 
Sides and Service, Inc. for a 
chai^ of z(8iing from Limited 
Commerdal Dis^ct 2 (ChL 2) to 
General Commercial District 2 
(GG 2) and a Use Permit to op- 
erate a service station beginning 
at a point 1207 feet West of First 
CokMual Road on Virginia Beach 
Blvd. Lynnhaven Borough. 

X. Apf^atiffli of Lillie L. Rob- 
erts by R. J. Alfriend III, Attor- 
ney, for a discontimiance, clos- 
ure and abandonment of a portion 
of Oki Virginia Beach Road begin- 
ning .at a point 1042 feet more or 
less West of North Birdneck Road 
on ttie South skle of Okl Virginia 
Beach Road. Lynnhaven Boroit^. 

XI. Application of Myrtice W. 
Marrow for a change of zoning 
from Limited Ckxnmercial District 

2 (C-L 2) to Graeral Commercial 
District 2 (G-C 2) and a Use Per- 
nnit to operate a gasoline supply 
station on certain property locat- 
ed at the Northeast intersection of 
(ir^ Neck ^ad and Fffst Colo- 
nial Road. Lj^aven Borough. 

Ml. AppUcatkm of Rose Invest- 
ment Corporation by Jlames, Con- 
solvo, Pickett, aod Csaifbt^, At- 
torneys, for a change of awing 
from Residence Subuitao District 

3 (iRr^ 3) to Residence Suburban 
District 3 (R-S 3) wUh a liotel 
and Tourist and Restaurant Dis- 
trkn (T-2) Suppiement. 

Parcel 1: Located <m Laddn 
Road between Bay Way Road and 
the West ^ore of Great Neck 
Creek. 

Parcel 2: Located at the South- 
west intersection of Laskin Road 
and Bay Way Road. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

xm. Apphcation of B4S Realty 
Company, foe. for a change of 
zoning from Residence Suburban 
District 4 (R-S 4) to Limited 
Commercial District 3 (C-L 3). 

Parcel 1: On certain property 
k)cated on the NOTtbwest corner 
of Caren Drive and Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. 

Parcel 2: On certain property lo- 
cated at the Northeast corner of 
Caren Drive and Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Lynnhaven Borough. 

XIV. Application of David B. 
Qglesby and George B. Barco for 
a change of zoning from Motel- 
Hotel District (iM-H) to Retail 
Business District (B-D of certain 
property kcated on the Southwest 
hitersectkMi of 5th Street and At- 
lantic Avenue. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

XV. Apptication of William J. 
Watson and Mrs. M. B. Golden 
for a chaitge of zoning from Re- 
tail Busings District (B-1) to 
Multiple Family Residence Dis- 
tnct (R-3) and a Use Permit to 
construct 48 apartments on the 
Southeast corner of Itth Street and 
Parks Avenue. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

XVI. Application of Princess 
Anne Telephone Company by Kell- 
am and Kellam, Attorneys, for a 
change of zoning from Agricultur- 
al District (A-R) to Limited (Com- 
mercial District 1 (C-Ii 1) of a 
portion of Lot 11, Court House 
Acres, sakI pr(^)erty froirting 135 
feet ntKffe or less on the North 
side of Court House Drive, frcnt- 
iag 200 feet nnore or less on the 
East side of C^rt House Drive, a 
distance of 140 feet nxM-e or less 
8k>ng the Northern property line. 
a distance of 200 feet more or less 
along the E^astem property line. 
Princess Anne Borou^. 

XVU. Appiioatkm of Humble 
Oil Co. by Henry L. Lam, Attor- 
ney, for a discontinuance, ck>sure, 
and Abandonment of a portkw of 
a 10-foot right of way uid a 20- 
foot right of way as shown on the 
Plat of Cypresj Terrace. S»d 10- 
foot right of way beginnhig at the 
South side of OW Virginia Beach 
Road and extendii^ in a Southerly 
direction a distance of 95 feet 
more or less to its intersection 
with the Pn^josed Virginia Beach 
Toll Road Right of Way (East- 
bound Lane). Said 20-foot right cf 
way beginning at the South side 
of the Proposed Virginia Beach 
Toll Road Right of Way (East- 
bcMind Lane) ami extending in a 
Southerly direction a distance of 
85 feet more or less, therwe in a 
Westerly directimi a distance of 
100 feet niore or less til its inter- 
section with Parks Avenue; also 
a change of lonii^ from Two- 
Fanily Resid«Jce District (R^) 
to (Jcneral Business District iB-2) 
on the following parcels. 

Parcel 1; Certain property front- 
ing 60 feet on the South side 
of Old Virginia Beadi Road, a 
depth d 96 feet ak)ng the Western 
{Toperty line (f¥o303ed Virginia 
Beach Toll Road Right of Way ^: 
Parks Avenue), a distance of 98 
feet mace or less aloi^ the Sauth- 
ern property line (Proposed Vir- 
^nia Beach Toll Road. E^stbound 
Lane*, a distance cf 117 feet more 
tf less alo(% the Eastern property 
line. 

Parcel 2: Certain prc^rty front- 
on 137.06 feet on the E^t side 
(rf Parks Avenue, beginnii^ at a 
point 1415 feet North of a^ 
^eet, a distance d 115 fe^ mar* 



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LEGAL NOTICES 



or less along the renminder of the 
Western property line, a distance 
of 209 feet more or iess along the 
Southern property line, a (Ustimce 
of 170 feet nwre or less along the 
Eastern property line, a distance 
cf 110 feet more or less al<Mig the 
Northern property line (Proposed 
Virginia Beach Toll Road R^ of 
Way, Eastbound Lane), More de- 
tailed information in the Office d 
the City Planning (3cnanission, 
Virginia Beach Borough. 
JOIfi^ V. FENTRiESS, Oerk 
iBy: Margaret M. Hood, D.C. 

6-2-2t 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

10 Special Notices 



GHOST WRITING SERVICE - 
Speeches, articles, promotion, re- 
ports, etc. You have the thoughts 
. . . I have the words. Phone 340- 
1978 after 6 PM., for details and 
prices. 4-28 tfn 



Social group — single men and 
women over 21. Non-sectarian, 
noniJolitical, non-discriminatory. 
Meet new people, have fun. Over 
100 Memlbers now. Call David 853- 
4174, Carol 423-2948 or Jacques 853- 
4900. 6-2-tfn 



AUTOMOTIVE 



20 Automoblks For Sale 

Ca(hllac hearse. Inspected May. 
Good condition. Call 428-1138. 

6-2-lt 



26 Mobile Homes For Sale 

HOMETTE - 1964, 52x10 foot, 2 
bedrooms, beige and white. Early 
American furniture, stove, refrig- 
erator and washer; like new; lo- 
cated lot 144, Davisville Court at 
Hilltop, Virginia Beach. Just as- 
sume payments and move in. Mr. 
DeHart. 340-8311, 340-8591, 340-4971. 

3-24-tfn 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



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EMPLOYMENT 



40 Help Wanted— Femele 



Ei^rienoed seami^ess wanted. 
Ladles' or mdi's aHecatkxis. Full 
or part time. Gem Tail<Hrs. Call 
42B-0B46. 5-254t 



44 Help Wenfed— Male 



Sell KNAPP SHOES part or ftiU 
tkne. Earn ^25 to $150 a week on 
hi^ commissions and bonus. Stea- 
dy year-round business. Equip- 
ment himished free. Write to 
Lee Nasser, Knapp Sioes, Brock- 
ton, Mass. 6-2-4t 



CAB DRIVERS. Service men ac- 
cepted. No experienc"! necessary. 
$85-$l25 weekly. We pay for City 
permit. Also free room rent. Safe- 
way Taxi, '3762 Shore Drive, Vu:- 
ginia Beach. 464-6^. 9-23-tfn 



42 Help Wanted 
Male or Female 



MANPOWER, INC. 

URGENTLY NEE0S 

Typists 

Stenographers 

We have immediate assignments, 
many adjacent to Virginia Beach. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired—work on these temporary 
jobs when convenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assignment, 627-3661. 

Manpower, Inc. 

733 Boush Street 

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30 Appliance Services 

NOTICE! 

Contractors & Home Builders — 

Let us help you with that new 

home — additions — or repairs. 

We can furnish materials from 

basement to attic and aid you in 

financing. 

Phone: Kellam & Beaton, Inc. 

(1) 426-2661 

426-3750 

426-3937 

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VACUUM CLEANERS - Hoover, 
Sates and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient repau-s. Pkk up and de- 
livery. Phone 428-4222. Fuel 
Feed & Building Supplies, Inc. 

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JOB OPPORTUNITIES 
Stock Clerk 
aiort Order Cook 
Service Station Attendant 
Porter 

Maid, General (Steady) 
CHambermaid 
Waitress 
Salesperson 
Secretary 
Clerk-Typist 
Shampooer 
Teletype Operator 
Shoe Salesipcrson 
iBookkeopers 
Salad Girls 

Apply 

* VIRGLNiIA EMPLOYMENT 

COMMISSION 

223 Virghiia Beach Boulevard 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

No Fees Charged 

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MERCHANDISE 



90 A>-ticlei For Sale 



PILE is s<^ and krfty . . . colors 
r^ain brilHance in carpete clean- 
ed with Blue Lustre. Rent electric 
shampooer %. Bayside Hardware. 

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FOR SAIjE: Hard M^le 42-inch 
round dining table, 2 extra leaves, 
Mate chairs, year oW. Phone 428- 
4700. . 5-19-3t 

Stainless steel, 3 door, Sta-Cold 
commercial refrigerator. Original 
cost $1200. Selling for $500. Call 
428-1515. 4-14-tfn 



93 Household Goods 



CARPET FACTS - I can sell first 
quality regular $7.99 Dupont 501 
continuous filament and Caprolon 
nylons $3.99 sq. yd. Twenty-eight 
colors. Call Mr. Parker- MA 2- 
9816. 3a4-tfn 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 
109 Apts., Furn.— Unfurn. 



ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
ment. One efficiency apartment. 
Year round. Call 428^666 or 428- 
2724. 3-17-tfn 



1 1 0— A partments Unfurn. 

Unfurnished ^rartments. 2 bed- 
rooms each. Oil heat, both newly 
painted throughout. Electric range 
and refrigerator furnished. Year 
round rent. Must see to appre- 
c iate. Call 428-1 940. 428-3113. 4-7-tfn 

111 Apartments Furnished 



Sublet 2 bedroom furnished apart- 
ment. Innmediate possession. $145. 
per month until December 1st. 
Call 428-1411. fr-2-tfn 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 
1 1 3A Houses, Furnished 
^ or Unfurnished 

1 bedroom $55. Z bedroom $75-$125. 
3 bedrocm $85-$200. Anchor Real- 
ty. 428-7421 anyti me. 12-9-tfn 

1 1 5 A Resort Property'^ 
For Rent 



2 bedroom un^umi^d house. 
Stove and refrigerator furnished. 
809 Delaware Avenue, Virginia 
Beach. Call 428-1988. 5-2&-tfn 



1215 Cypress, three bedrooms, two 
baths, heat, yearly lease. $110.00 
OMnth. CaM 428-7152. 4-21-tfn 



Near bases and beach. Small cot- 
tages furnished. No deposits. Cou- 
ple only. No pets. Call 340^29. 

4-7-tfn 



1 1 6 Business Places 
For Rent 



2240 Greatneck Road — Office for 
rent, includes utilities, telephone, 
air condition, clerical servkes. 
$125.00 month. Call 464^521. 

4^-t&i 



Office space for rent. Reasonable. 
All fully equipped. CaU 428-9633, 
426-9370. 5-19-tfn 



Apartment for rent. Sleeps 6 or 7. 
Conveniently located to 31st Street 
shop|)ing center. 1*^ block from 
ocean. $700 for season or $75 
weekly. ^8-5357 or 2905 Arctic 
Avenue. 5-12-tfn 



31 iulMlng— Repairing 

PAINTING wanted. Small jobs, in- 
terior or exteriOT. CaU 42e-7SM. 
5-26-4t 

EMPLOYMENT 

40 Help Wanted— Female 

Mature resident. Some typing. To 
learn hotel front desk. Part time, 
year round. Write Box No. 134, 
c/o Vurginia Beach Sun. fr^^^t 

UNLIMITED EARNINGS 

Sell Real Estate. Have openii^ 
for saleavomen at Virginia Beach 
Office, located next to Princess 
Anne Plasa Shewing Centex. Ex- 
cellent working conditions and 
Equal Duty Time. Many fringe 
benefits such as Hospitalization, 
Group Iniurance. Incentive Bonus 
Plan. Experience not necessary. 
All interviews confidential. Call J. 
F. Peters, 340-«a2. 

Gootknan-Segar-Hogaa 
ReakfentU Seles Cosp. 

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BEAUTY CONSULTANTS 
BEAUTICIANS 

COSMETICIANS 
MODELS 
'Toutt Win Have Ifi Way" 
As a young and growing com- 
pany, we know ttus is true. We 
want to talk to ladies who have 
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3707 Virginia Beadi Boulveard. 
Office and retail store space avail- 
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story elevated building. Ideally lo- 
cateid between Pen^oke Square 
and Princess Anne Plaza. Call By 
ler Realty, 340^061 or 340-3806. 
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117 Wanted To Rent 

Wanted for two years starting Sep- 
tember 1st, four bedroom, two 
bath unfurnished home. Bay Col- 
ony or north end preiferred. What 
do you have? 42&«22. 

BELL REAL ESTATE 

6-2-lfn 



REAL ESTATE FOR SAU 
124 Houses For Sale 



3 and 4 bedroom, 3 bath, brkdc 
Ranch and 2 story homes. O.I., 
F.H.A. financing availaWc. Call 
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Member of MLS ^ NL& lH4fa 

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Part, 2 duplex apartrooA. YM in 
one side; r^it the other. fOk, VA 
or Conventkmal Lo«n. Ddbrt 
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125 Lots For Sale 



BACK BAY - On Gun Brk^e 
Road neai Ctuuity C3iurcb. 2''« 
acre. Ready to build on. Price 
$2,200. I%one S404B11. 34OH0n. 
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INSTRUCTIONS 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 

Brittow Hardin, Director 
312 • 3Stk StrMt 
Virginia Beacb 



Ask Your Eye Physician 
About 

TRAYLOR'S 

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Serving Virginia Beach 

1369 L«»kin Rd., V«. Beaefc 

Bernard H. McNamara, Mgr. 

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Will do baby sitting in my h(Mne 
by hour, or care for children for 
working mothers. Age 2 years and 
up. Call 428.5357. 5-12-tfn 

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$0 iuslness Opportunities 

1965 Singer, Monograms, button- 
holes, fancy stitches, etc. Take 
over balance $47.90. $1.25 a week. 
Call Credit Department. 853-7491. 

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Austin's Court Motel Apartments, 
z06 - 19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnished rooms. Block 
from Bus Station. By week or 

month. 

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Living room, bedroom, kitchen, 
bath. Convenient to shopping, 
churches, laundromat. Very 
reasonable yearly rental. Pacific 
Avenue. Phone owner 428-5016 
or 428-2143. 

7-29-tfn 

APARTMENTS — Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or seasonal, 
] Cooper Realty, 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue, 428-1330. Nigllts 428-6833. 

3-2-tfn 



60 Correspondence tou rses 



PIANO lessons given in my home 
or yours. Aragona Village. Call 
49^-6296. 3-17-tfn 



LIVESTOCK-PETS 

70 Dogs— Cats— Other Pets 



FREE — kittens. Clean, trained. 
6 choices. Please call 428-2286. 

6-2-lt 



MERCHANDISE 



9U Articles For Sale 



BRACE yourseM f«r a thrill the 
first time you use Blue Lustre to 
dean rugs. Rent dectric ^am- 
pocer $1. Oceana Feed & Hard- 
ware Co., Inc. 6-2-lt 



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water, stcrage, parking. Near bus. 
.Annual lease. 5-19-tfn 



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find at the incomparable 
Regency at Hilltop apart- 
ments. No ... not an ele- 
Shant, but plenty of room, 
oom to stretch out in . . . 
room to really live in . . . 
and not only that, but 
there's plenty of room 
reserved for you at the 
private swim club ... and 
recreation area. Why not 
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• Is my means sufficient? 

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DISCUSS THESE QUESTIONS WITH OUR 
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BUSINESSMEN'S ASSN. 

ACTIVE MEMBERS 

AMridge & Chambers 340^262 

Be-Lo Super Market 340-8338 

Carmines Coiffures 340-8333 

Paul Chrisman Ins I . . 340-8060 

Roy L. DeHart Enterprises 340-831 1 

Home Garden Supply Center 340-8212 

London Bridge Beauty Shop 340-8252 

London Bridge Machine Shop . . 340-8099 

London Bridge Motor Co 340-8188 

D. F. Mason Crane Service 340-8558 

Murden Drug Service ^^>^B^ 1 1 

Joaeph Q. Murden 340-8863 

4. K. Parker, Inc. . . . « 340-5600 

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James E. Moore, Chief Police 

I. B. George, L. B. Fire QhM 

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VffiGINtA IGACH - Articles, 
valued tt anre tfian tl,000 w«« 
rqxHled tdten ffom a break-in 
recent^ rt »S Horae^ioe Court. 

ABMl« ^ artides t^n were 
a HM PcrsiaB Itat coat and a 
lennrialc stole. 

PoUoe say entry to tiie home 
was giuiied i>y forcing a pair of 
slidii^ patio doors. 




Dentists Meet 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The Vir- 
ginia Bead) Dental Society held 
its ^ing meeting at the Capes 
Beach and Cabana Club, Virginia 
Beach, on Wednesday. May 25, 
at 6:30, pjn. 

Dr. George R. NfcGuire, jM-esi- 
dent. conducted the meeting at- 
tended by se members and ^ests. 

Mr. EaH WiHis.- Administrator, 
General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach, rx^e to the group about 
the hospital's plans for expansion. 
He revealed that plans for a den- 
tal clinic are included in the 
ho^tal's next expansion phase. 

Dr. McGuire announced the im- 
plemeitation of the Dentd So- 
ciety's Ind^ent Program, design- 
ed to provide dojtal care for the 
e^imated 4000 citizens of Virginia 
Beach viho are medicaUy kidigent. 
Ttie dentists have volunteered 
their time to treat these patients 
at the Princess Anne Dental 
Clinic. 



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Achievement Award 

CHARLOrraSVElE - Mrs. 
Judith Pufiey of M9 Rn^and Dr.. 
a graduate hiMory ^udent at the 
University of Virginia, has been 
awarded the "annual Chi Omega 
£K:hiev«nent award. 

The award is prcisented by the 
University chapter of the national 
sorority to a woman student who 
has maintained a high academic 
average and who shows promise 
of success. 

Mrs. Pulley, a candidate lor a 
Ph.D. degree June 5. plans to 
teach after graduation. She is a 
meiriwr of Phi Beta Kapoa and. 
president of the Lychnos Society, 
w(»Tien's honorary organization at 
the University. 



THE "MIRACLE OF MOTHERHOOD CLASS," siXHisored by tiie 
Tidewater chapter of the American Red Cross has completed its 
six week course. Here some of the members of the class rest after 
touring tiie Cieiieral Hospital of Virginia Beach with their instructor 
and mothers, paying particular attention to the maternity wing. 
They are (seated) Sandra Murphy, Louise Trost and EUoi Drum- 
heller: standing, Barbara Ihompson. RN, instructor, who will beghi 
another cUus shortly hi the headquarters of the Rescue Squad, ova- 
the Fire Station at 20th Street and Arctic ave., and the gMs' mothers. 
(|^to by Cassandra) 



Charges Filed 

VIRGINIA BEAOH - Norfolk 
Police have charged a 21-year-old 
Beach man with hit and run in- 
volving a parked car and six oth- 
er charges. 

Jantres Charles Schultz of the 
5400 block of Hateras Road is also 
charged with failure to register as 
a felon, reckless driving, driving 
on a su^nded driver's license, 
giving false information to police, 
carrying a concealed weapon and 
vagrancy. 



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VBS Begins Mon 

MYSIDE - Vacation Bible 
School of Bayside Baptist Church 
will be held for two weeks begin- 
ning June 6 through 17, from 9 
a.m. till 12 noon. 

Plans are being con^leted for 
an exceptional opportunity for all 
Iboys and girls with singing, play- 
ing, studying God's Word, hearing 
about people who have done out- 
standing work for God, and usii^ 
talents for creative activities. 

There will be departments for 
chiWren ages 3-12 (all Juniors) in 
the morning session. Facilities will 
be available for children of VBS 
workers who are under three years 
of age. 

Intermediates will meet in the 
evening from 7-10 p.m. for Youth 
Round-Uo. There will be recrea- 
tion, Bible discussion groups, and 
lots of activitie?. People in varioqs 
proferisions will come and discuss 
their work and what training is 
needed to enffer it. All will be 
dane to a Western theme! 



Girl Graduates 

HOIi.INS - Two students from 
Virginia Beach — Miss Brtty Lou 
Burton and Miss Becky Wekon — 
are candidates fcr the Bachelor 
of Arts degree at HoDins College. 
Ccmmencanent ceremonies will 
be held Sumlay, June 5. 

MLes Burton, daughter of Mr. 
stA Mrs. Lloyd H. Burton, lis a 
music major who had her sehior 
piano recital recently. A - dean> 
Ust student, ^ is a graduate of 
Country Day School fcr Girls. 

A mathematics major. Miss Wel- 
ton is the daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Richard F. Welton. She is 
the vice presicfent of the Cotillion 
Club and is a graduate d Hotton- 
Arms School for Girls, W^ii^- 
ton, D. C. 



Local Girl Honored 

LYNCHBURG - Carolyn Rich- 
ardson of Virginia Beach has been 
presented the junior class award 
for outstanding work in biology at 
Randolph-Macon Woman's Col- 
lege. 

The presentation was made re- 
cently at an Awards Assembly by 
Dr. William F. Quillian, Jr., pres- 
ident Of Randolph-Macon. 

Miss Richardson received a 
check for $250 and a year's sut>- 
iscription to "Scieritific Ameri- 
can." 

She is the dauighter of Mr. and 
IMr«. E. P. Richardson, 206 53rd 
St. 



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Seaman Recruit Edward J. Sci- 
ortino, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Jostiph W. Sciortino of 4324 James 
Court, has completed seven weeks 
of Navy basic training at the Na- 
val Training Center, Great Lakes, 

Illinois. 

* * * 

Ssaman Recruit William C. 
Curns, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Clemeth Conrad Curns of 1113 
South Lynnhaven Road, has com- 
pleted seven weeks of Navy basic 
training at the Nava! Training 
Center, Great Lakes, 111. 

* * * 

Marine Private 1/c Scott V. 
Smith, son cf Mr. and Mrs. James 
V. &nith of 605 Caren Drive, was 
sele-cted as "Outstanding Member' 
of his platwn and promoted to hi; 
present rank during R«;i-uit Final 
Review ceremonies at the Parris 
Island Marine Corps Recruit De- 
pot. He was also presented with 
a complete dress blue uniform 
from Leadiemeck Magazine, the 
magazine for Marines. 





NAVY ENSIGN Robert E. Hope, son ot .Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. 
Hope of 732 Trio Lane, has his newly-earned pilot's "Wings of 
Gold" pinned on by a flight instructor. Marine Captain F. L. Fieri, 
upon completion of flight training at Chase Field Naval Auxiliary 
Air Station In Beeville, Tex. (Official U. S. Navy photo) 




NAVY ENSIGN ROBERT W, COOPER, son of Captain and Mrs. 
C. D. Cooper of 509 W. Plantation Road, receives his ownmission 
from Capt. J. C. Haynie upon completion of Naval Pre^FUght School 
at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla. (Official U. S. Navy 
photo) 

'Marine Corporal Lee Otis 
Wright, sen of Mrs. Bertha E. 
Wright, 1516 Independence Blvd.. 
is serving as an infantryman with 
the 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Reg- 
iment, 3rd Marine Division in the 
Republic of South Vietnam. 



Navy Ensign Earl B. C^afpell 
III, son cf Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. 
Cha^ppell Jr. cf 4228 Henmitaga 
Road, is in training in the single- 
engine T-28 "Trojan" aircraft at 
Training Squadron 3 based at the 
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Whit- 
ing Field, Milton, Fla. 

* * * 

Airman 3/c Emmett F. Finney, 
son cf Mr. and Mr^. Ivan K. Fin- 
ney of 5i20 Cold fnring Road, has 
been ESisigned to Dover AFB, Del. 
for duty with the Air Defense 
Command. He recently graduated 
in Amarillo AFB, Tex., from the 
training course for U. S. Air Force 
airframe repairmen. 

T * * 

, Lew's L. Dillcn Jr., .vhose par- 
ents live at 1C48 Wakefield Drive, 
has baen promoted to Army fi-'st 
lieutenant while assigrisd to the 
999th Signal Ccnnpany on Okinawa. 



NAVY ENSIGN JERRY D. GOFF, son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. 
Goff of 327 Silina Court, receives his comnaissicn from Capt. J. C. 
Haynie upon completion of Naval Pre-Flight School at t.hc Naval Air 
Station in Pensacola, Fla. Guest in photo is Mrs. J. R. Goff, mother 
of the new Ensign, (Official U. S. Navy photo) 



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parents, Lt. Col and Mrs. Carl E. 
Bailey Jr. live at 43100 Eggleston 
Ct., was cormnissioned an Army 
second lieutenant alter graduatuig 
from the Officer Candidate School 
at the Artillery and Missile Cen- 
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City Council Campaign Draws To A 
Close - Election Day June 14th 



ENGINEERS put the finishing touches on the Little Island Coast Guard Station this week in preparation 
for the parlts opening tomorrow. The old station will be used as a bath-house and the garage that, housed 
the Coast Guard vehicles will be used as a consession stand. A large parking lot is located on the south ' 
side of the buildings to facilitate their use. (Staff ph<^ by Moore) 

ADDITIONAL SURFING AREA 

Good Turnout Expected For 
Little Island Park Opening Sal 



Bv JACK MdoRE 

VI'WilNia BEACH - Ihr.Vd 
Whitliurst. director of th? Vir- 
g\m\ Boach Commission of iPaiks 
avA l{crroatiun, anncmnci'd Frdriv 
that l.h;^' Sandbridj^e rocre-ilian 
area, now known as Little I.sLind 
Park, will open its daors to the 
public Satui-day. 

With the opening of th?> r 'sk. 
the area's thousands of surfers 
will have an addit • nal 850fo<it 
section of surfing area north of 
the Back Bay pumping station 
Approximately 2400 feet of s.-iore- 
line, south of th? station, will be 
Silt aside for swimmers. 

Little Is'and Park was lai-l out 
on the site originally the old Cou.->l 



Guatxl Station attd has a tol..^i of 
144 acres. Thi o'd station v.a.i 
dosed down in 1964. 

Th > st itlon buildings are selling 
l.'n:;'orary renovations in order 
that they might be used this sum- 
mer and win be completely reno- 
vated next winter. 

One of the ihree buildings at 
the site, a two-story affair which 
via's constructed in 1962 wa;; uiven 
bathhouse plumibing. It is still in 
fairly good condition, and was 
used as the primary building at 
the station. 

The other two buiWings, con- 
sti-ucted in the thirtips, ai^ in tao 
poor condition to b? used wis 
sttmmer without complete rcfur- 



School Is Out. At Last! 



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By JACK MOORE 

VIRGINIA iBKAC'H - .\.s of Sat- 
urday, approximately 33,000 young- 
stirs ended a winter of drudgery 
and got out of school. 

Next y'.'ar there will b? several 
thousa.id more starting back to 
school, but the b'g worry is what 
to do with them now. The majority 
of the younger set will wile the 
si'mmer away locking for some- 
thing to do. 

Beaches will be crowded with 
5H!n and fun seekers, surfers and 
girl watchers, as well as boy 
watchers. But, worst of all, many 
of the city streets will be clogged 
with k'ds, of all shapes and sizes. 

ForttBiately none of the childrer. 
have been killed by automobiles 
yet, but it couW happen at any 
time. Little toddlers, as young as 
perhaps a year old have been seen 
pedaling their tricycles down the 
streets of Prmcss Anne Plaza, Mal- 
ibu, Aragona Villag3 and other big 
residential areas. 

.Some of til" chi1d-°n will mt 



b" playing in the streets, how- 
ever. SiannieE school starts next 
week and b large portion of the 
youngstvrs that left the haUcwed 
halls of city schools will be re- 
turning. Some are going back to 
make up courses they fhinked or 
thty are going for ext!"a credit. 
Some of thsm are e\'en going just 
to p<as5 the »»imer away. 

Vacation Bib'e Schools will do a 
good business this ^itfnmer, too. 
They will also take a munber ol 
kids off the streets kv a portion 
of the day. 

In an effort to keep the chiWrer. 
out of the streets, th^ simniei 
playground sj^tem will be in effect 
again this summer (see $tory on 
page 1-iB). 

TtiK city is offering 30-odd [Hay 
areas, with si^;)ervisors, to the 
Beach children who desire to pass 
time that way. 

Yes, that time Is here. The little 
darlings probably won't be little 
darlings to mother by the time 
sehoal begins this fall 




CHILDREN IN THE STItEET h« become a itftftai i^ la wti- 
era! of the dty't larger r^doUal unm. The lire^a wctt to MmA 
the chfldrea Ukc B^Dets. (RmIo by TtdMk) 



bidnng. 

Wfiitehurst .'■aid there -wJH be a 
few pic^ tabH and portaAje rest- 
rooms for ^urday's opening. 
They will be placed near the 
oeachfront. 

lite park wiU be open only dui- 
ing tfaef dayUght hours this sum- 
mer, but might be extended tr> 
night q)6ration next year if con- 
struction of the campsites moveii 
on schedule. 

The park has a total of 3.200 feet 
of shoreline on the ocean side a 
similar length on the 'Back Bay 
side. Only the ocean side of the 
park wiU be used this summer. 

Up until now the beach was 
heavily used by beach buggies. 
but the parit beach will be closed 
to that traffic from now on. A 
ramp south oC the park will be 
provided eventually. Beach drivers 
will have to go through the park 
to reach the ran^ 

Charles Kiley, Public Works di- 
rector said the city ccnitracted 
three parking tots along the loygtn 
of the park — each act will hold 
.approximately SCO cars. One win 
be located north of die Little Is- 
land buildings and will be used 
primarily by the surfers. ■ 

The otiier two lots, located at 
the inunediate south of the build- 
ings and a few hundred feet sout."- 
of the buiUings will be use'd oy 
bathers. 

Kiley sak) a 30-foot-wjde road, 
an extenaoi of Sandpiper Road, 
will ru.1 from the edge on thi-oug' 
the park, and ths parking lots 
will be unpaved at ilr«t. Tlie beds 
were recently put dawn, but bs- 
cause of the need of the land for 
its iMe, the work was sacrificed 
temporarily Kiley said the lots 
and road will be surface treated 
this summ^ and paved next 
spring. 

(Continued on Page 4 A) 



VIRGHNL\ BEACH- What may 
have to go down in history as the 
quietest and most t lid ca.npaigi 
in history is new dra.ving to a 
close. On Tuesday, June 14, tht' 
polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 
7 p.m., a .d voters will choose ele- 
ven new City Council members 
from the nindecn candidates 
whoss names appear on tha !>al!ot. 

There are IJ' Organization D:ni- 
ocrats, chosen in the primary elec- 
ticn |n Aoril. There is ore Re 
publitan. Five independents joined 
:(^ether under one banner and 
called themselves the First Rsp- 
resertative canddates. Two others 
are runnings strictly as i-ndepend 
ents. 

Close examination of the cam- 
paign platforms set forth by most 
of the candidates show little that 
can be called a really "hot" is^ug. 
Thus this campaign has lacked 
much of the heat of past cam- 
paigns in Virginia Beaich. 

The Organization (»omises a 
continuation of good goverc.'nent 
in the city, with ref;neTn:sits ii'. 
many areas. Tta First Represer.ta- 
tives cffer many refinements also, 
as well as th? establishm.ent ol 
new city dppflrtments and oflicas. 
The k)Qe R^ub''.can and the other 
inde.}endBnis S9y thsy ssek much 
the same kind of ref Ine.Tvenl in 
the operation of the city of Vir- 
glaia Beach. Although the planks 
kl ^3 vartous platforms are ward- 
ed ^i^cfon^ a°d, ^ti^augli .tbay 
H^ eitds throi^ iSL^tent means. 




Kenneth N. Whiteharst 

the basic platforms are much 
alike. 

Political buffs, who have long 
b3en prognosticaiors in Virginia 
Be::ch, say that the Organization 
has an edge, because the city ha~ 
been growing and progressing 
cicely urdei- the governrr.int of 
the present Organization council- 
men ' 

The absence of Issues may cause 
a smal'er electorate than earlier 
antic^ated, but mere than ten 
tho.-,sand voters may turn out at 
the polls on Tuesday, accartMng 
to several forecastc-s. Estimates 
range from f 000 to as many a? 
ig.Ofl). 



The campaign has been a some- 
what unu ual one. The car.iidates, 
parLici'ar-y those backed by the 
Organization, have been working 
on the pri.ci.Tct level, talki.ig with 
ir. dividual voters and with sqia:! 
grou:s. O.niy dJi'ing the final week 
of caiTi;al2njig d d all or most of 
the candidates get together on th" 
f:ar.e p'al:'or'm for a mass meeting 
0.' any ki.-.d. Three sucii mcctiiigs 
were h !d, the largest of which 
wa- at Princess An:".e High School 
on M.ndzy. Except for supporters 
of the individual candidates anu 
th? League of Women Voters, tht 
turnout was cansidi'-ed relatively 
small. 

TiiDse elected on Tuesday will 
be servi/.g an indefinite term, al- 
though they are being elected for 
a regular four-year term. The so- 
ca'kd "seven-fcur" plan, under 
the provisions of which the elec- 
tion is bein^ held has had a diffi- 



Councilmatic Forums 
Interesting Evenings 



VIRGINL\ BEACH - The City 
Council candkiates were on the 
"chopping block" for three open 
forums this week at Princess Anne 
Hi^ School, the Bay Harbor Club 
and at the Seatack Community 
Center. 

Monday night's meeting at thv» 
high school brou^t about 200 per- 
soiB out to hear eleven of the 19 
candidates speak and all present 
answer questions from the audi- 
ence. 

IXiesday night Lawrence Mar- 
shall, representing the Organiza- 
tion candidates and Mrs. Lois Nel- 
son, the only Republican in the 
race, addres^d a di:'ner meeting 
at the Bay Harbor Club, sponsored 
bv the Sertoma Clii), the Jaycees 
and the Civitj^n Club. 

Wednesday night was ailmost a 
carbon ccpy of Monday, when eadi 
candidate who wished spoke for | 



Boothe Here Thurs. 

VIRGINIA BEAai - Former 
State Senator Armistcad Boothe 
wll be in Vlriginia Beach this 
momii^ for a coffee at the Shore 
Drive Inn. 

L. tltarles Burkige. co<hainnan 
of BootlK's campaign jo Virgkiia 
Beach, said the caz^klate will ad" 
dms a group ol alSwut 30 wtanen 
worita*s. 

Boothe is opposing Harry F. 
Byrd Jr. far a seat in the United 
States SsMte. 



19 Answer 
Questionnaire 

VIRGINIA BEAOH-The L^^agu? 
of Women Vola^ cf Norfolk-Vir- 
ginia Beach has received r-jsporsc- 
to a questionnaire sent to all 19 
candidates for Virginia Beach C.ty 
Council. Tbe questionnaire sought 
background and biographical in 
formation on the car.d'dat".s and 
asked what each considered to be 
the most important ifsue of the 
camoaign. 

All members o' the Organiz.iticn 
slate answered the issip quest ior. 
with the 27 point Democratic Par- 
ty platform encompassing im- 
provements ad expansion. The 
First Repreentative candidates an- 
swered the same qucsti.n with 
[heir 11-pont platform. The two 
independents listed a number cf 
MT^rtait iss'jes, and th? lone Re- 
publican also gave a long list ol 
is ues. 

None d. the candidates actual!) 
asawered the 1^1 isnie (^estion 
but tO(* the opportunity to re- 
emphasize all the planks in theii 
individual platfonns, which have 
recced fviU airi^ {xeviously in 
the pre«. on itkUo, TV and in pdb- 
Uc meeti^.^ 



five minutes, then all ansAvered 
questions. 

At Princess Anne High School, 
the forum was sponsored by the 
Rev. L. R. Graves, Jr , of Em 
manuel Episcopal Church and tht 
Rev. Clayton E. Crigger, of St. 
Francis Mis.sion. The two minis- 
ters also allowed each candidate 
five minutes to address the au- 
dience. Then questions were asked 
by the audience. 

Applause was generous for each 
speaker, and. although there were 
many "loadvd questions" a ked 
the candidates fielded them well. 

Oi-ganization candidates cuntin 
ued to call for progress through 
or.ira.''.iziition. and pointed witi' 
pride to pa-'t aecamplish.meiUs. 

First Representative candidates 
contini;ed to 'tate what they thil.k 
is wrong with Vir^''nia Beach as 
d d the two in J. pendents and the 
Republican. 

I Continued On Page 6Ai 

Bar-B-QFor 
Robertson 

VIHGIN' \ BEACH-Ticket salcr 
for the Robertson barbecue Fridhy 
ve.-e Roin<; quite we'l all week 
acc-rding to Henry L. Uim. cc- 
campa'gn m^r.a.'er for A. Willi 
R bertvin in Virginia Beach. Tht 
bM-bciiJ. -. .ns.ircd by the Hob 
erl-on Campaign Committee, is 
!-:h:culcd for 6 p.m. Friday, Jur, 
10, at the stadi'ii.ni of Princess 
Anne High School. 

Some 3.000 t ckets to the event 
were printed, and a laigr- tir-:ur 
i-i ;'X; :ect:d, 2ccord1^ii~lo .( It; ') 
ertsr.-. cnmpai«:i s; ke.,man 

The g:est ;.(:>ker 'or trie ccc i 
sion is Thomas N. Downing. Firs' 
District Con'Te-sman, vho an 
roimcrd his suppo-t.cf Rcb. :t.^" 
early in the canya gn. 

Senator H^bertso.!. F-ikin;; re- 
e'ection and being chaileng.d by 
Sate Senator WiUiam B. Spom'. 
Jr of Portanouth. is unaoie to 
attoid the barbecue, according to 
Lam, but he will return to Virginia 
Beach for another campaign ap- 
pearwict on June 18. 





S. Paul Brown 



Earl M. Tebault 

cult time, and its validity remains 
questionable at this time The 
plan was originally drawn by 
City officials and City Council 
when the old apportionment wa» 
called unconAitutional. It was 
adopted by the Virginia General 
Assembly and given the legal rod 
of approval by the U. S. District 
Oourt. 

On appeal, it was csSled invalid 
by the Foitfth U. S. Circuit Court 
ol Apprails. However, the appeals 
court aHowed the June 14 election 
to proceed, sayim; that it wculo 
cause undue hard.A'D to charvg^ 
olans at this tone. The high coiirt 
Ijien called for ^ ditfowit plan to 
be drawn and ^^rovfd by thr 
General AsseinUy at its next ses 
sion. Just last week the City Man- 
a^r released a stat>mer.t by City 
Council that the decision is be n^ 
appealed by the City to the U S 
Siipreme Court 

The entire P^n tfien is still .lot 



certain, but the election wiH be 
held. The seven-fo:ir plan was 
drawn to guarantee represeiitalion 
by all boro..gns. w.th the at-la.ge 
.epr'-sentatives servin? the ;3-"!?er 
boroughs, in that m^nef, all ii^ 
t.rtsLi of Virginia iieach, includ» 
i.g ajritulture, would still b.'St J^ 
i.rved, according to argumtsate. 
i^r- the plan. ^ 

Rega.d'esi of the outcome of 
any litigation, the candidates fflj 
tile eleven seats on City Cuu.icii 
are, as follows; «, 

There are seven mcurr.benU §J 
the Organization slate. -*• 

Frank A. Dusch lat-arge), rig 
tired Naval c ficer, Cou.ciimas 
for 14 years. Mayor for 12. " 

John W. McCc.Tibs (Virginia 
Beach borough t, Hotel owner and 
operator. Councilma.n for 14 yoarS 
Vice-mayor cf old City c' Virj^lg 
Beach. 

(Continued on Page 5-A) 




John W. McComlM 



DOWN THEY CAME 



'Signs Of Our Times ' Cause 
Problem For Some Candidates 



VIRGINIA EEACH - A nev.' 
issue was introduced into the forth- 
coming City Council election in the 
past few days, and quickly disap- 
peared from view and sou.k1. 

It all began when a PiAlic Safe- 
ty Department worker in Virginia 
Beach called the headquarters of 
the First Representative Council 
candidates and asked them not 
to continue the display of bumper 
stickers, posters and the like on 
o'..blic property and to remove 
those put up. The call was made, 
according to a city spokesman, 
because such political material 
was appeasing on road sig.is, street 
signs, utility poles, and on public 
buildings. The spokesman added 
that one sign had to be taken down 
foi' refacing at a cost of $30 to 
the City d Virginia Beach. The 
sign reportedly bore bumper stick- 
ers of the First Rep«^sentative 
candidates. Other viol^OTs were 
also called. 

One d the "Firsters" then criti- 
cized th? citv administration, say- 
ing, in efrect, that the Orga.niza- 
•■-n i<" 'd "0 to anv lengths in a 
campaign. No can^>aign po^t^s or 
bun.,,er htickers were placed on 
such property by Organization can- 
d dates or their campalpi work- 
ers, accordi.'ig to a source at Or- 
ganization headquarters, because 
they had been told not to da fo 
'"> fore the campaign started. 

Vivgin'a Beach C.iy Mirager 
Rus.^ell Hatehett Lssued a stale- 
•ncit Monday in rebuttal. The 
lext ^f that ^atcment is as foi- 
lews: 

"My attent on has been called to 
1 FtattmtPt Lf Mr Logan, a can- 
ri-da'e on the o-call :d First Ticket 
'q- C'tv rji-irj (,' Virginia Beach, 
criticizing the Cilv .AArmisira- 
tiw because they have be«i re- 
quested to cease di^laying iMonp 
er stickers, posters aiid c^t pdi 
tical material en city or ptMic 
fwoperty. 



"I am sire the citizens of Vir- 
ginia Beach realize what the ap- 
pearance of our streets would be 
if all the nineteen candidates for 
City Council were to display their 
political posters as they desired. 
One would never be shle to see a 



directional sign because it would 
be cwnpletely covered up. 

"Our city has spe.it thousands 
of dollars on its beautification pro- 
gtaam and I am at a loss to under- 

iContimied on Page S-X) 




SBEMS THAT THE fOLE m^SNt BIG ENOUGH for all te c^n^ 
■0 tke cmM^o's lace was eofWii ky aaothsr hw^^ WA», 
Sorry akmA that. 



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Vli^lnia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 9, 1 96^^ 



tmv,*^, 




•MM. F>iiM F. Priest, left, of VirgkUa Beadi. turns over her 
favd !• Mrs. R. Ovtii Sraadm. Jr.. of Suffolk, new presideut 
•f the f,3M watn^hen of the Mary BaMwia Ahmuiae Awociatiwi. 
Th^ rt t rtlM ami hwlaWath n to* |^lwe at (be annoal meeting of 
the-aatiMi^ asaadatioa wUeh was a part of the college's 124th 
CTi ^ UHwymi^ wttktwL Mrs. Priest, a member of the class of 
1914 has twice served as aatioaal presideBt awl hi recognition td 
her* sa tstaadh i g service was awarded the college's Emfly Smith 



Elizabeth River 
Shores G C 

VmSSilA MkACH-Mrs. C. H. 
Grirariey mas installed as presi- 
dent: of ^ Elizabefth Snres 
Glirdea Qab during the annual 
b»i|iet beM June 2 at the Way- 
side JRestaurant. 

taSalling d^ca wai Mrs. C. 
Forqbmd who ako ii^aDed Mrs. 
R. P. Rjdiardson aid Mrs. H. W. 
Willjkms as first and sdcond vice 
l^%alfems; Mrs. T. T. White, 
treafbrer: Mrs. W. T. Lancaster, 
fectrfing secretary; and Mrs. 
it 0. Goben, correapoodii^ sec- 
retai^. 

& i fecpst akes Awards w«>t to 
MrSf Richardson, Mrs. T. C. Rock, 
mdipb%. R. 0. Cooper. 



New Citizens 



I Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Keith 
Midieiscm announce the birth oC 
their first child, a son, I>avJd 
Keith, on May 18 in Norfailt Gen- 
eral Hoapttal. Mrs. Mididsoo is 
the former Miss BeUy Louise Mur- 
doi, daugbto- of Mr. and Mrs. 
Josefih David Murden of Vii^inia 
Beach. Dr. Michelson is the son 
<rf Mrs. Edward Wakw Jafanan 
of San Maikeo, Caiiforma and 
Mr. Charles Dean Mkfaelson of 
San PrandKW, Califoniia. 

Mm C. Ei^Msh, a studeiu ak 
Frederic Military Academy, 
has been nominated for the 
annual Achievement .\wards Pro- 
gram, ^xmsored by the National 
Cwncil of Teadiers of English. 



^Summer Workshop 



VffiGINLA rZ-Wrri - Vh-jjna 
Federation of Women's Cubs. 
Prtsldents' Council cf Norfolk. 
Pcrtimcuth, C^ess;eake, Virgiixa 
ficc.h, ar.d Easlem S'ore will 
rr et tod^ 11 a..-n. at the Lke 
Wr'^.t Melt! f.r a suir.-ner vi-ark 

In January the Coui:c!l p-e.^ent- 
ed a mgram an C.-np Clvitan. 
The rrcrt ncfd of such a can^ 
in this area was stressed, and 
the ccxmcil's executive board gave 
a yai deal of consdcr ".-an tc 
the suggestion that an organiza- 
tion miglA be interested in financ- 
ing one if the cabins to be bjiit 
which would be namsd for the* 
sponsoring group. Tiie cs'iin would 
CO' apprcximate'.y $10 000, and 
could possible be carried over a 
two or three year period. "Hiis 
proposal may be>uo for discus- 
ficn for the council's 32 clubs. 

fpesicers at the workshop and 
their topics will be Mrs. Wakw 
L. Thcmas, first vice president erf 
Tidewater DiMfict, "Increasirg 
Menliership'; Mrs. R(A>ert E. 
Summers, past president cf Nor- 
folk Juniors, "Start Effective Re- 
porting Now"; and Mrs. J. K. 
Scarbrou^, past president (rf 
Bayside Juniors, "Moral Laxity 
in Youth." 

Mrs. Walter L. Thomas will in- 
stall the newly elected officers 
who are: president, Mrs. James 
F. Grocme, inwriediate past presi- 
dent of the Bayside Junior 
Woman's Club; vice president, 
Mrs. Hc<ward M. Morgan of the 
Alice Kyle Woman's CliA of 
Portanouvh; and secretary treas- 
ury. Mrs. H. E. Pruitt. president 
of Junior Woman's Club of Crad- 
dock. 




Majorettes and Drum Major of the Fort Atkfaison Hi^ School Band 
win come all the way from Wiscoasm to participate in the 196S 
Musk Festival at Vb-gfaiia Beach June 13-16, 

Four-Day Band Festival 
Features 1500 Musicians 



Two Graduates 

RrCHMOND-Constance 0. Chap 
peU and Charles B. £>ence of 
Virginia Beach received degrees 
in ccxnttncenent cervXcnies ai 
the Univeri:^ of RichnKttd Men- 
day. 

Miss diappell is the dau^ter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. (Sap- 
pell, Jr. of 4228 Hermitage Rd.. 
and concentrated in ciiemistry a*. 
Westhan-.-ton College, t'^e wom- 
en's division of the University. 
She is a men be r cf Phi Beta 
fc;:a "national sdwlarsWp fra- 
ternity and Ganrnia Sigma E> 
silcn chemistry honor fraternity. 

Spence concentrated in physics 
at Richmond College, the m«i's 
Uberal arts undergraduate en- 
vision of the University of Rkii- 
mond. He is the son al Mr. and 
Mrs. C B. Spence oi Virginia 
iBeach Blvd. He won the Uni- 
vtfstty's Intermediate Honws for 
scholarsh^) and is a nienri)er of 
Phi Gamma Delta social fraterni- 
ty. He served as secretary of 
Sipna Pi Sigma physics honor 
society and is a member of Pi 
Mu Epsilon mathematics honor 
society. 



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bunt, slam, volley, ^ike, parry, 
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roller-coast or chute-the-chute 

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It's a Rolex Oyster Perpetual. It 
looks and befiaves like the pro 
that it is. Il's a chronometer - 

' one of the few superb time- 

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orous requirements of a Swiss 
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self-winding. It's tough . . . and 
it's handsome. That's quite a 
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14K gold. $490. Also available 
in stainless steel or stainless 
steel/14K gold combination 
from $175. .^. 

when Clip, crown and ^ 
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Frank R. Ford Co. 

VIBGIMA BEACH NORFOLK 

an AfiANnc avenue m granby street 

MEMBER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 



Bay Shore GC 

BAY COLONY - The annual 
spring kmcheon of the Bay aorp 
Garden Club was held recently 
at the Princess Anne Country Chi) 
during which new officers for the 
ensuffig year^were installed by 
Mrs. Clifford G. Bai^hman, past 
president of the Cavalier Garden 
Club and the Bay Shore clu&. 

Mrs. J. Sneed Schmidt is jwea- 
dent; Mrs. Robert C Courain, 
vice president; Mrs. Alvin Q. Jar- 
rett, treasurer; Mrs. William P. 
Rurdow, recording secretary; and 
Mrs. Leonard KiAl, ctMresponding 
secretary. 

Annual awards were presented 
Mrs. Baughman, as the most 
valtiahJ^ dub maiifcer;ja!rs. Jar- 
reU;, fornfe moM {Silkiron flower 
airanging; and Mrs. James H. 
V^ Loon, horticuKure poiirts. 

Mra. Raymond McGrath was 
presented a grft by the clidl) in 
; apfn-eciaUon cf her tmtirlng serv- 
; ice as president. 

I Last week husbands of the club 
mcsrber? were ertertained at a 
aif f cr on the pordi and lawn of 
I the home of Dr. and Mrs. Jarrett 
I which overlooks LinklKirn Bay. 
j .^fter the picnic, the hust>ands 
^dononstrated their ability of 
I achievirg outstanding fl:?wcr ar- 
} rangement; with very little time 
and effort. Dr. Jarrett was award- 
ed a blue f.bbm for line and 
beauty, and Mr. Van Loon won a 
gold medal for originality. 



VIBGINIA mJJCa - Tile 19Sd 
Virginia Beach Music Festival, 
June 13-16, will be spiked with the 
spectacular ^w and performance 
of fifteen bai^ from all over the 
Eastern half of the United States 
and as far north west as Wiscon- 
sin. 

Twelve states wiH amSl the 
scope of this annual fe^al spon- 
sOTed by the Virginia Beach Cham- 
ber of Conamerce, the Virginia 
Beach Iniri»epers, and Forbes 
Candies.' 

From Ge<H^a comes the 100- 
piece Avondale High School Band 
with a crack di*iH teian of 70 girls. 
From Ohk), Be^e sends its Belpre 
High School Band witii 124 pieces 
while Portsmouth, Ohio enters the 
SO-piece Clay High School Band. 

Louisiana's Bossier City will be 
represented with Bossier Hi^ 
School's band of 100 pieces. The 
c-olorful and notabh Hialeah High 
School Bteind from Honda returns 
to the festival under the direction 
of Logan 0. Turrentine Sr., exec- 
utive director of the festival since 
iis inception. 

From Indiana cwnes the Dan- 
vilie High Schooi B.^nd of a. 
young musicians. LaSalle, Illinois 
wiU be reDr2:e.Ued by the 100- 
piece LavSalle-'Peru Township Higti 
School Band which, among its 
many special appearances i-cross 
the country, has pertormcd at the 
Chicago'and Music Festival, the 
Tournament of Roses, U. S. Pavil- 
k)n. World's Fair, etc. Also from 
Illinois comes the fi.! piece Wauke- 
gan High School Band. 

The Ea.^t Stro^idsburp Hi^h 
School Band frohi East Strouds- 
burg, Pennsylvania; the Nk:hclas 
County High School Band from 
Carlisle, Kentucky; the Oscoda 
Area High School Band from Os- 
coda. Miciiigan; the ScotL=boro 
High School Band from Scotlsboro. 
.Akbanre; Hinton High School 
Band from Hinton, West Virginia; 
and the Fort Alkinson High School 
Band from Fort .\tkinson, Wiscon- 
sin complete the entries in this 
year's competition. 

Honra- Ba-id for 1996 fran Falls 



Church, Virginia will bring the 
batwi down on four days of music 
by openii^ the festival Monday, 
June 13, at 4:30 p.m. with an hour 
concert at the Nonvegian Lady. 

At 5:00, the 29^block boardwalk 
will ring with music as all the 
bands salute Virginia Beach with 
an oceanfront concert. Festival 
arid City dignitaries, committee 
monbers, chamber directors and 
press will be saluted by each band 
X they ride the two miniature 
trains down the boardwalk from 
leth street to 34th Street. 

Highlights of the four-day pro- 
gram includa a parade Tuesday 
at 7:30 p.m. from 20th, 21st, 22nd 
streets and Atlantic Ave. to the 
Virginia Beach High School sta- 
dium where the marching cMnpe- 
tition win be heW for the smaller 
bands in the festival. At 10:30, a 
mass band' concert of 608 pieces 
wiU presertl a program. 

Wednesday evening, the above 
procedure will be followed for the 
larger Barids in the festival with 
a mass band concert of 934 pieces 
at 10:30 D.m. 

At 10 a.m. Thursday, all visiting 
bands will participate in a spectac- 
ular parade down Atlantic Ave- 
nue, starting at 16th street and 
ending at 33rd street. 

All bands will be present at the 
A'an B. ShepiKxl Civic Ceirter on 
"Thursday evening' at 7:90f whaa 
'entertainment will be furtiished 
by the U. S. Navy Special Show 
Band, 'the Falls Church Honor 
Band, and the Avondale Dance 
Band. 

Prese.itation of awards will be 
made at 10 p.m. 

Charles Forbes is general chair- 
man of this annual event. 




Constance 0. Chai^l 




Miss Margaret Jeanne Taylor 



Marion Crosbj' GC 



Kathleen Chapman of 4604 Broad 
iStrect was among the award 
winners at the .■\merican Uni- 
versity's recent 54th annual honors 
convocation. 



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'■ CHESOPEIAN — New officers 
of the Marian Crosby Garden 
Ckb were installed at a luncheon 
held recently at the Lafayette 
Yacht Club. Mre. S. " G. 
Ireland was the installing officer 
and the ceranony featured colored 

; candles and ribbons. 

; Mrs. L. M. Caputo is president; 

I Mrs. James J. Baker, first vice 

I presi<fcnt; Mrs. Elsie Frontakow- 

! ski second vice presidant; Mrs. 

j R. D. Wood, recording secretary; 

i Mrs. Quintin Sheipe. correspond- 

; ing secretary; Mrs. H. W. 

', Schmidt, trea-urer; .Mrs. W. D. 

' Jones, historian; and Mrs. C. J. 

' Turrisi, parliamentarian. 

Committee chairmen selected 
were Mrs. Malcom H. Todd Jr.. 

' KTEfbook and publicity: Mrs. 

I Woodrow Dixon, exhibits; Mrs 
Frank Lukanich, ju(^es and 
awards; Mrs. M. H. Keller, ways 
and means; Mrs. Margaret Grigs- 
by, horticulture; Mrs. J. V. Mjg- 
avero. garden ther^ry; Mrs. S. 
G Ireland, hospitality: Mrs. C. 
L. All^rcok, sick; Mrs. E. L. 
Jordan, birds and conservation: 
Mrs. S. J. .Allen, Mrs. Mugavero, 
and Mrs Frontakowdd, telephone. 
Both the Eva Caputo .\ward ar.d 
the Clara Mae Ireland .Award 

were won by Mrs. Grig*y. The 

Ardith Jones .Award went to Mrs. 
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crowned Satarday itfteiMoa ak Ocean View. Ike 11-year (rid daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. mHiam F. Gentry m. she rQcdrcd the crown 
from last- yew's ^leeB who was her couin, VicU Lynn &iiith. She 
was selected fawn ci|^ semi-finaBsts by the b^s who wiO race, 
and win officiate ak the i^enic Sirtivday lm-,the boys as weU as 
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LYNMMVEN - 'HiaHa Gaitkn 
Ckd> hekl its elevoM birthday 
limcheon recently at the Lake 
Wright Motor Lodge. TTk weknme 
to the men^rs was given by the 
president, Mrs. J. D. Matttjews &c. 

Mrs. Larry H. McReed present- 
ed several entertainii^ skits to 
the n^m^s. Club history was 
read by Mrs. C. H. Bungard. 

Annual awards went to Mrs. 
iR. P. Amato, first place; and 
Mrs. L. L. Kee Jr. sea)nd place. 
In hwticidture, Mrs. Graydon 
Early placed first and Mrs. H. 0. 
Freeman,- seq»d. 

Members of tte club jwlged 
Mrs. D. D: Goffs cors«ge as 
first winner, and honorable men- 
tion went to Mrs. E. K. Eakes 
and Mrs. M. M. Bateman. 

.Mrs. H. W. Noles Jr. was chosen 
as a delegate to the Virginia 
iBeach Council of Garden Clubs 
and Mrs. Amato is to represent 



the club at the Norfolk Federation 
of Garden Clubs. 

Mrs. J. B. Hubbardfrom Ta-lxH 
Pai-k installed the newly elected 
officers who are Mrs. L. L. Kee, 
Jr., president; Afrs. H. W. Noles, 
first vke president; Mrs. D. H. 
Rhodes, second vice president; 
iWrs. F. L. Leonard, recordirkg 
secretary; Mrs. A. L. Sj'kes, cor- 
responding secretary; and Mrs. 
R. E. Dawson, treasuro'. 

Door prizes were awarded. 

Mary Jane A[^le, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Apple of e06 
Manor Drive, has been initiated 
into the Phi Mu social sorority 
at Madison College. Miss .Apple 
is majoring in home econamics 
and is a member of the canirpus 
YWCA, the chorus, the Westmin- 
ster Fellowship and the Frances 
Sale Club for home economic stu- 
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VIRGINIA BEACH - W« are 
fortunate to have heard the Hon- 
orable ThMnas N. Downing, U£. 
Represeiitative (D-Va.), of New- 
port News, speak at Va. Beflch on 
two previous occasions. We have 
also exchanged a few words with 
Mrs. Downing at a political coffee. 

Last week at the Va. Beach 
iHigh graduation of 173 students, 
including 28 Honor Students, we 
again heard Etowning. He was in- 
troduced by Jameg C Mounie, 
princiipal, to a capacity audience 
as their main Commencement 
rpeaker. His subject was: '"Hie 
Time of Cpportunity." He brought 
. ott the fact that one must get an 
cbjective in lifs and wtirk to- 
wards its attainment, and that the 
•■vinning of a goal brings happi- 
ness wheil it involves service to 
others as well as to oneself. 

Learning to accept res*:onsi- 
bility, becoming involved with 
life and grasping the opportunity 
of education because competition 
! is great, is essential. Your edu- 
cation is never finished," said 
Do'A'rting. 

As fresh and untouched by life's 
realities as their green caps and 
gowns indicated, the gradi-ates 
listened with nostalgia since this 
would be the last graduating class 
from the present VBHS. The 
Honor graduates wore white 
robes. Mrs. Margaret Jeter, as- 
sistant principal, is also leaving 
the school thjs year, no doubt, 
to offer her talent and experience 



to other educational fields. She 
assisted Mr. Mounie in the pres- 
entation of diplomas. 

Eherron Fruin, daughter of 
^^aptain and Mrs. J. L. Fruin, 
was Salutatorian, while Ragan 
iBradshaw Pulley, Jr., wa; laudsd 
by his classmate for his out- 
tanding Valedictory .address; He 
is the son of Mr. and Mrs^ R. 
Bradshaw Pulley. 

The High School Chorus, under 
James Miller, wittingly sang 
"Clhri) Every Mountain" and 
"You'll Never Wark Alone," — 
ending the program with the 
chorus and seniors rendering th»ir 
Alma Mater for the 'ast time. The 
marshals were men-ibers of the 
Junior Class National Honor So- 
ciety and we-e: MargTet Beav- 
ers, Penny Brown, Ma'-y Har- 
schultz, Linda Leigh, Ruby Mel- 
ton, Merle Preston, Laura Rein- 
hardt, Karen Silvertsen, Michael 
Stirickler, Lucy Wise, and Divid 
Woolen. 

On \lay 30th the school had 
its Awards Presentation in an au- 
ditorium ceremony. Those receiv- 
ing scholarships were: Teresa 
Hughes, James Mathias, Lren 
Lawler, Tommy Mathias, Linda 
fiurmock, Lois Ann Meador, John 
IMaddux and Shirley Anne Jones. 
Those receiving awards were: 
Nanoy Sparks, John Ortt, Diana 
Furniss, Mary Lee Wetmore, 
Letitia Leigh, Ragan Pulley, Mel- 
vin Mathias and Jdmes Hoggard 
and John Ortt. 



VIRGINIA BEACH-'nie Vestry 
of St. Francis Episcopal Mission 
have approved the cost of a ^rt 
course and a leave of absence 
from June 14-23 for their Vicar, 
Mr, Clayton E. Crigger, to at- 
tend a Refresher Course offered 
at the Virginia Seminary in Alex- 
andria, Va. 

Courses offered during the 



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loeriod will be :01d Testament by 
i)r. Newn^an, Pastoral Theolo^ 
by D|r. Stanley. These men pres- 
ently serve on the Faculty as 
Professors at the Va. Seminary. 

St4 Francis Vestrv feels that 
courses cf this nature will b'j help- 
ful in keeping their clergymen 
abreast of new thought trends and 
enable him to provide a more ef- 
feotive ministry. 





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KEMPSVILLE-The large gym- 
nasium, painted a cool green, was 
hushed as the capped and gowned 
academic procession, led by Rev. 
Melvin R. Boone of the First 
Lynnhaven Baptist Church, en- 
tered to the familiar tune of 
"Pomp and Circumstance," 
heralding the graduating class of 
1968 of Union Kemnsville High 
School. Preceded by the faculty 
wearing colorful hoods from their 
various colleges, 189 grave seniors, 
eleven of whom were Honor Stu- 
dents, marched s)owly to their 
seats. The girls wore white satin 
caps and gowns; the boys wore 
navy blue. Faculty members acted 
aSy marshals. 

In the academic procession also 
were, Principal J. V. Boykin, as- 
iislant principal, Donald E. Mor- 
gan; Supervisor cf Secondary 
Schools, filmer E. Tarrall and the 
Commencement Speaker Dr. J. 
Ruipert Picott. Executive Secre- 
tary of the Virginia Teacher's As- 
sociation. 

After the Invocation of thank- 
fulness and joy in the future 
stretching before them given by 
He v. Boone, James P- Davis, 
Valedictorian, introduced the main 
speaker. He discu.ssed the wide 
traveling experience and back- 
ground of Dr. Picott whose po- 
sition has carried him all ovei- 
the world. Davis later received a 
full -Scholarship along with the 
Salutatorian, Lydia P. Goffigan, 
daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Dennis 
Goffigan. David's pai-ents art Pic. 
and Mrs. F. M. Davis. 

Dr. Picott ppoke on "Change ; 
and Challenge." He reiterated the 
tremerd-jus changes that have 
taken place in the status of non- 
whites' since 1954 and stressed 
the amazing strides which had 
started under Kennedy and con- 
tinued by President Jcrfinson. 
"Their desire to see that minority 
groups get their chance econom- 
ically., sccially and educationally 
is a great challenge to evefy sftu- 
dent gr;iduating tonight,*' said Dr. 
Picott. 

Quoting Ri^ert Frort, Rudyard 
Kiplini" and other writers, he t^ld 
the class not to take lightly their 
respoiL-;:bililit's but to grasp the 
chi!l!ir,:..;c and to be prepared for 
any j. b anywhere." 

"The entire world is ofen to 
you. but only if you are equijpped," 
said Picott. "A college ed^cati^n 
is a miift today for every -phase 
of endeavor is highly competitive. 
Africa, India and all foreiga' lands 
are open to those trained to fravel. 
Teach and work abroad ani then 
ccme home and help tiiose less 
fortunate than you." 

Principal Bovkins presented the 
graduates with their Di|riomas, 
bouixl in maroon booklets. His as- 
sirtant was Professor Morgan. 

Elmer E. Tarrall brou^ greet- 
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gratulating the students iBing the 
Class Mo»to, "Try Not To Equal 
But To Excel." for a hrirf ad- 
dress. He said that success arel 
opportunities came tram effort 



and that this commencement was 
the start of belter things. He then 
awarded diplomas to the eleven 
Honor Graduates. A mixed chorus 
rendered "Praise Be To Thee" 
and "Chorus of Joy" with musical 
aplomb. 

We sat with the mother of a 
girl graduate; her husband across 
the crowded room . . . there was 
pride, relief and accomplishment 
in their faces reflecting the cul- 
mination of much hard work for 
one of their several children. 






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Signs of Our Time 



We are absolutely delighted that the 
Director of Pdalic Safety, the City Man- 
ager and the memljers of the Beautifi- 
(f^on Commission of Virginia Beach 
took sp>ecial note of all the campaign 
posters arKl bumper stickers that seem- 
ed to b(^ appearing everywhere for the 
forthcoming City Council election. 

Many of the campaign posters and 
the like were appearing on road signs, 
street signs, utility poles, trees and 
anything that happened to be avail- 
able along the right-of-way. With little 
or no regard to pOblic safety the 
stickers were being pasted to speed 
limit signs, directional signs and even 
"Stop" signs, partially or completely 
obscuring the sign. What must the 
candidates or their workers be think- 
ing? How could they do such a careless 
thing? I^tot only did it present an ugly 
sight, but it also presented a downright 
dangerous situation. 

Not all the candidates were respon- 
sible. In fact only six were really at 
fault. The five First Representative can- 
didates and one of the independents 
were the offenders. The Republican, the 
other independent and the eleven 
members of the Democratic Organiza- 
tion ticket did riot use this unfortunate 
method to tell their campaign story. 

One of the things that we have 
praised so many times in this newspa- 
per concerns beautification. We advo- 
cate a beautiful city at all times. And 
it seems ridiculous for a few to mar 
the beauty of this city for such a pur- 
pose. So many times in the past in this 
and many other cities, campaign post- 
ers and stickers have remained where 
they were put until they rot. Tliis 
certainly causes a beauty problem. 



All of the signs put up irt Virginia 
Beach have already cost the city time 
and money. Department of Public Safe- 
ty workers had to be dispatched to get 
the ones down that the candidates did 
not after they were asked to do so. 
In many cases, the complete bumper 
sticker would not come down, thus 
the residue of them is left for posterity 
and the DPS. 

Most road signs are reflectorized and 
the residue of gummed paper certainly 
takes away from their effectiveness. 
The signs must be cleaned or in many 
cases refaced. Needless to say, defac- 
ing city property is against the law. 

In several cases the poster hanging 
and bumper sticker sticking got really 
out of hand. We found it most amusing 
to note that one candidate's workers 
had pasted a sticker right over the 
face of another candidate's poster. And 
these are the people who are running 
against the present administration for 
City Council. 

Many of the posters and the like 
were placed on windows or public 
business establishments. The placing 
was entirely unauthorized. Again we 
wonder why this was done by those 
working for candidates for high public 
office. It would seem to show a lack 
of responsibility. 

Many other campaigns will bs com- 
ing up in Virginia Beach in the future, 
and we hope this mess has taught a 
severe lesson. In the meantime we 
shudder to think what Virginia Beach 
might have looked like if all nineteen 
candidates had plirfced posters and 
bumper stickers arbitrarily throughout 
the city in places where they should 
not be. 




Errors In Left Field 



The Welfare Of Our Children 



Any driver who does not have auto- 
mobile liability insurance should not 
be on the road, but one who has no 
insurance and drives through many 
neighborhoods in Virginia Beach is 
courting disaster. 

The primary reason that automobile 
drivers are frightened out of their wits 
these days while driving through calm, 
secure and complacent subdivisions is 
the children at play. 

We think it is wonderful that home- 
owners are doing so much to beautify 
both their front and back yards, as 
well as the side yards. Nothing will 
please us any more than beautiful 
neighborhoods. But because of this ;lie 
children seem to have no place to play 

Virginia Beach Claims Another 

We would like to take this opportu- 
nity to welcome another permanent 
citizen of Virginia Beach who came to 
our city as a transient. The distinguish- 
ed gentleman liked everything about 
Virginia Beach so much, he decided to 
make it his home. 

Vice Admiral Edmund B Taylor has 
recently retired from the U. S. Navy. 
capping a brilliant career that spanned 
many years and many corrimands. Ad- 
miral Taybr, until his retirement, was 
Commandant of the Fifth Naval Dis- 
trict, tslow he is just another victim of 
Virginia Beach friendliness and hospi- 
tality. 

Another transient beconies a perma- 
nent citiren. It happens often and it 
makes a SKX>d story, but when it is 
Admiral Taylor, the story is doubly ef- 
fective. We wish the Admiral many 
h^f^y years of retirement in Virginia 
BeKh. We also extend an invitation to 
a long time friend of Virginia Beach, 
the new Commandant of the Fifth Na- 
val Diilrict, Ayekniral Reyrnsld Hogle, 
fe foin m when he retires some years 
from now. 



but in the streets. We are very sorry 
we have had to break up baseball 
games, football games, rope jumping 
sessions, marble games, hopscotch 
games and the like so that we could 
drive through a street, but that's the 
way it is. Cars are meant to drive in 
the streets and kids are meant to stay 
out of them, the streets, that is. Per- 
haps jWe should simply pull up onto 
the beautiful lawns and drive. That 
way we would never hit any kids. 

The other day we drove by a desert- 
ed playground. A block later ail the 
horn blowing in the world hardly 
moved the multitude of kids playing 
in the streets. The filthy words that 
came from the mouths of those kids 
when we tried to drive slowly by 
without hitting any one of them were 
rather unbelievable. 

The bigger and older children should 
know better. But it's the little tykes 
who do not know better that worry 
us. They appear from nowhere and 
dart into the paths of cars. And they 
are barely old enough to dart. The 
fault in this case lies with the parents, 
who seem to care so little for their 
young children. They are not even in 
sight while their babies are "In real 
danger. No wonder insurance rates 
are so high. When the death or injury 
of a child occurs, it is tragic, but most 
of these occurences could be avoided 
if parents would try to care a little 
more. 

And perhaps the driver can do 
something about it too. He can call the 
police and ask an officer to help him 
remove the obstacles to his driving. 
Perhaps the authorities are needed to 
return the younger ones to their right- 
ful owners. And perhaps they could 
persuade the older ones not to be so 
arrogant. 

Ail we want to do is keep them off 
the streets. We do not think that is 
too much to ask. 



Reprinted from the May 27, 1966 
edition of THE NEWS, Lynchburg, Va. 

It seems that other newspapers 
across the state also realize the gross 
deficiencies in the Sp^ng and Boo<ttie 
campaigns. And it also seems that ru- 
mors are recognized in Lynchburg just 
f^r what they are worth . . . nothing. 

-ED. 

Do we detect a riote of desperation 
in the "divide and conquer" tactics of 
the two men challenging Senators A. 
Willis Robertson and Harry F. Byrd Jr. 
in the July Democratic primary? 

The pair— State Sen. Wiiiiam B. Spong 
Jr. and Mr. Armistead L. Boothe— have 
resorted to spreading rumors and hurl- 
ing charges based on those rumors. 
Have they run out of issues? Or is it 
that the issues they have raised have 
backfired? 

For example: On Tuesday, Mr. Boothe 
accused Mr, Byrd's supporters in South- 
west Virginia of trying to trade their 

Please Get Out And Vote 

According to the best and most rfe- 
cent figures we have been able to 
locate, there are approximately thirty 
thousand registered voters in the city 
of Virginia Beach. About one-third of 
them are expected to go to the polls 
Tuesday. And that is not enough, 

More voters show up in state and 
national elections than do in municipal 
elections. We cannot help but wonder 
why. If anything, we would expect 
more to show up in city elections since 
the issues directly and deeply affect 
the voters. 

We continue to be appalled at the 
general apathy of the voters in Virgin- 
ia Beach. We continue to urge the 
largest electorate ever in next Tues- 
day's councilmatic election. The only 
way to register approval or disapproval 
is through the ballot box. There is a 
fine opportunity for this next Tuesday. 

We feel that the Democraic Organ- 
ization now serving our city has done 
a fine jc^ and that it should continue 
to guide Virginia Beach in a progress- 
ive and organized manner. But no mat- 
ter how a citizen feels he should get 
out and vote on election day and let 
his voice be heard then, not later. 

To our way of thinking a nonvoting 
citizen is only half a citizen. Please get 
out and vote Tuesday in this important 
election of our city. 



support of Mr. Robertson for Spong 
support of Mr. Byrd. In other words, 
Mr. Boothe is saying that the Byrd camp 
is seeking a Byrd-Spong vote in the 
Southwest^ 

This is a particularly vicious charge. 
It impugns Senator Byrd's honesty, in- 
tegrity, and his intelligence. For such 
a deal would be a politically stupid 
thing to do, one that would backfire 
on the perpetrator, for it could not 
rernain hidden. Senator Byrd's honesty 
and integrity are a'bove question. As 
fpr his political savvy— who has a bet- 
ter politicaj background in Virginia? 

To accuse him of personal dishonor 
and political stupidity only reflects 
upon the man who makes the charge. 
This isn't the first time Mr. Boothe has 
stuck his foot in his mouth. The more 
he talks, the more voters he wins for 
Senator Byrd. 

The latest charge made by the Spong 
camp on Tuesday is/ even more ridicu- 
lous—and hence, more desperate. Mr. 
V. A. "Jack"' Etheridge, the Virginia 
Beach campaign manager for Mr. 
Spong, is spreading the rumor that 
Senator Robertson intends to resign, if 
re-elected, and turn his office over to 
his state campaign manager. State Sen. 
Edward E. Willey of 'Richmond. 

What Mr. Etheridge is saying is that 
if the voters choose Mr. Robertson, they 
will get Mr. Willey in^ead. Mr. Ether- 
idge is trying to create the impression 
that the voters must really choose be- 
tween Mr. Spong and Mr. Willeyr • 

Undoubtedly, they would rather 
campaign against Mr. Willey than Mr. 
Rofc)ertion, but it won't work. And, in 
making the charge, they are accusing 
Mr. Robertson of running under false 
pretenses, and therefore, of playing 
fast and loose— and dishonorably— with 
the public office he has served so long. 
The truth is, the Spong camp is running 
under false pretenses in making the 
charge: the opponent is Robertson, not 
WiHey. They may well v^/ish it weren't 
so, but it is, and they know it! 

In the beginning of their campaigns, 
Messrs. Spong and Boothe made a great 
noise about running on the issues. But 
Senators Robertson and Byrd have most 
of the issues going for them. Their po- 
sitions reflect the convictions and opin- 
ions of the vast majority of Virginia 
voters. As a result, Messrs. Spong and 
Boothe have been left, figuratively, and 
oh, so politically, out in left field. 

Far out. 



GuthEye View 

BY N. S. CROW ' 



* 



1 dm embarrassed, but I have 
to adbnX it. I was flying high 
oVer Laskin Road the otha- day 
navigsting, as uoial, by the utili- 
ty poles and road signs beJow me. 
Bat somdiow they looked so dif- 
ferent I bad to lose altitude to 
take a good lock. Hiere was so 
mach color on the usually drab 
pdies and road signs. 

'^tien I saw what aH the color 
•was from, I began to have a 
marvelous time reading all the 
oampaigrt posters and bumper 
stickers parted on the signs and 
poles. There were so many d 
them for some independent candi- 
dates for Virginia Beach City 
Council and for a group of inde- 
pende.its that I began to wonder 
where the signs for the Organiza- 
tion were. While I continued fly- 
ing, reading and wondering I for- 
get to watch where I was going 
and ran squarely into a "Stop 
sign" with two campaign posters 
on it. Well, brother, this crow has 
a black eye. 

■I was so angry both at myself 
and the sign hangers that I flew 
directly to the Director of Public 
Safety's office. I toH some bird 
there what had happened and how 
angry I was at all the candidates 
in the race. He explained to me 
that his crew was busy taking 
them down at that very moment 
and that the candidlatJs invdved 
had been warned. He also clariiied 
my thinking when he said ti>at 
the Organization candidates were 
not guiJty. That made me feel bet- 
ter. 

Then I went back to Laskin 
Road, this^ time flying a littie 
higher to avoid problems. I had 
originally been locking for some 
action in the Senatorial races, but 
there just has not been any re- 
cently. But I do understand the 
Robsrtson folks are holding a big 
barbecue 'Friday in, of all places, 
a stadium. A nianber d my friends 
and I hav3 already madf plans to 
drcp in, since the food will be 
so accessible. And I always did 
like ou'door barbecues. 

I understand our Congressman 
is going to be there, and I have 
some things I want to sav to him. 
I can't say what we will discuss, 
but if later on he is talking about 
something mighty important and 
he says, "A little liird told me 

. .", don't be surprised! 

I'll be covering the polls Tues- 
day (from a safe altitude i to see 



how many interested dtasnS' thwe 
are in Virginia Beach. Gee, I hope 
there are many. Go ahead, took 
up. ri^ after sane poD worker , 
hands you a gukle baM. You 
may see your friend. N. S. Crow. • 

IiKidottally, anyone heard any 
good rumors lately? I seem to be 
fr«* out. 



Patients Need 
Much Blood 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The Gen- 
eral Hospital of Virgmia Beach 
fights life-giving battles every day, 
and the declining factor hi win- 
ning is often a simple' pint of blood. 
The Red Cross Bloodm(*ile will be 
set up there on Friday, June 10, 
from noon to 6 p.m. to collect the 
life-sustaining blood from volun- 
teer donors. 

Dr. John J. Krueger reports 
that thfi laboratory must cross 
match around 175 pints of blood 
each month and that of that, Sli 
to 75 pints are used for surgica' 
and maternity patients every 
month. Many patients who come 
in for elective surgery are found 
to need blood beforehand, as well 
as times when transfusions are 
necessary during and after opera- 
tions. 

The Bloodmobile's appeal for 
dinars • is out for local citizens to 
."support the tocal hospital in its ded- 
icatimi of saving lives. 



PAHS Class 
Of '56 To Meet 

I VIRGINIA BEACH-The second 
graduating class of Princess Anne 
High School, the class of 1956, will 
hold its tenth anniversary re- 
union June 18 at the Shore Drive 
Inn. 

Mciribers of the reunion com- 
mittee, according to co-chairmen 
Beverly Barger Craft and Janet 
Morgan Hawkins, have been work- 
ing on the praject since Octo^. 

One of the eommltte^ftlferi, Mrs. 
Frankie Balfour Abourjilie, said 
questionaires were sent out' to as 
many class-mates as could be 
located. The class had approxi- 
mately 200 graduates. 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH 
OPEN FORUM 



'Editor: 

' Much has been said in recent 
months by the various candidates 
for the United States Senate. All 
candidates are in favor of higher 
education and several of them 
have expressed their views on 
how we can foster and encourage 
higher education. BiA Army 
Boothe has stated he favors an 
allowance gf a modest tax -credit 
J to parents who are helping to put 
their children through college. 

Of all the various methods, this 
method seems to me to be one of 
the surest ways olf fostering higher 
education without Federal domi- 
nation and also helping to lift the 
burden fr<HP the shoulders of mil- 
lions of parents. 

This platform ps-oposal of .Army 
Boothe's is yet another indication 
of his interest in progressive gov- 
ernment. This, along with his other 
forward-looking programs, proves 
that he deserves the vote of all 
Virginians in the fortlux)ming 
Democratic primary. 

Sincerely yours, 
ALBF31T TEICH, JR. 



existed at the junction of U.S. 
60 and Atlantic Ave. and our 
Street and I would ask that you be 
kind enough to convey our thanks 
to Mr. Johnson for bis efforts in 
this connection. 

' Again— the sincere thanks of all 
of us here f?r your timely and 
expeditious handling of two prab- 
kms which have long been a 
source of vexation to the neighbor- 
hood. 

Gratefully, 

ARTmJR C. HARDY 



Editor: 

We knew that the organization 
machine of Virginia Beach owned 
and controlled your paper, but 
we did not know they owned and 
controlled the very soul of your 
editors. 

Very truly yours, 
S.\MUEL EDWARDS 

(Neither did we! Ed.) 



Good Turnout Expected Guard Coming Sat 

fC«atoi«d From Pagi l-A? V now until te enl (tf ttie Rimmer, 



Pe(^ wfll continue to use the 
bodtfrtKit ak»% the Natienal Wild- 
Hfe Rt^^ as a "U^av" on 
soiMh to North Carolina. 

Otber reno\-atioQs ^ the sx- 
acm Ltttk Idaod site w^e made 
to Qk dd fdc^'s g^dgC' rroro 



it will be ised as a caice$st3n 
Mi»d. 

C^y dliciais tx^ at leut 
1.8A' sofcrs to b^fta nsfii^ the 
sifffii^ paii rf the pist incoe- 
(Maleiy jod tJ^Bct a ^lod bimout 
by svinaners Sacunky. 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Advam* 
units of the .National Guard are 
arriving at Cain|> Pendleton in 
preparMion for the two-week en- 
catiqxnent of i^iproximately 2.SIB0 
raefi who will tram fran June 11 
to 25. 



Editor: 

As the self .appointed spokesman 
for the homaowners of eighty-third 
street may I repeat, in writing, 
our verbally expressed thanks for 
your solution to our 'Water haz- 
ard' problem. 

As ygu were quick to point out 
that it was all in a day's work 
but" with ycur ever increasing 
work load of major undertakings 
in the City we were doubly please i 
that you felt there was justifi- 
cation in our request. 

We were all delighted that you 
and Mr. Hollqpian i-xk time out 
from your well earned week-end 
relaxation to join with us in what 
|^"e were pleased to call our Dedi- 
cation Party at five o'clock lart 
Saturday afternoon. Your arrival 
made (m day. Thank you both 
for ccnra^. 

R would be uitfair to ck»e 
without an added word of ap- 
preciation of your Division's work 
in co-qjcration wrth the Director 
of Public Safely, Mr. Reeves John- 
son, in the elanination d the 
(fict^rois sitaad<n «tw:h has 



Editor: 

We knew that the organization 
machine of Virginia Beach owned 
and controlled youi paper, but 
we did not know they owned and 
controlled the very soul of your 
editors. 

Very truly yours, 
CHARLES F. TAYLOR 

(Neither did we! Ed.) 



Editor: 

Dcn't you have trouble sleeping 
aft night, realizing that your papa- 
is nothir^ but a propaganda sheet? 
GENE S. Ea^MERE 
Very truly yours, 
(No! Ed.) 



Campbell Degree 

Among the 236 grackiates at the 
Campbell College comniencein«it 
heW June 3, in ftuies Creek, N.C. 
was David Allen Milter, Jr.. of 
Virginia Beach who received the 
B. S. degree in business admin- 
istration. 

Miller's Canpbell M^vities in- •• 
eluded the Spanish Club. Phi Brta 
I^ambda and the ArtisiaiK. a 
can'pus art society. He is the 
son d Mr. and Mre. David A 
iUte-. St.. (rf Virgtaia &«h. 



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Vir^tiia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 9, 1966 
Page 8-A 



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Cenv«nHon«l 
V HOME 
^ LOANS 
and 
INSURED SAVrNGS 

CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE 

VIRGINIA BEACH FEDERAL 

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
210 25th Sf Va. Beach 428-9331 



Four G^ftgTh Tennis Tourney 



VIRGINIA BEACH-JPour young 
teimis players from Virginia 
Beach and Norfolic will travel to 



CharlcttesfviUe June 14-15 to rep- 
resent this city ill the State Jaycee 
Teftnis Tournament. w 






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It's, good to fl«t home.ii 

after a di^ of hard work or hard play. And it's 
pleasant to rdaz with cool, refrei^g beer. In 
fact, 65 % of all the beer produced in this country 
is enjoyed at home. It cheers your taste as it re- 
ne^ra your zest. So, make yourself at home . . . 
with beer. 



UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. 



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Steve Legum, 17, ranked first in 
state high school ccnripetition up- 
set top-seeded Ted Wood, 6-3, &-3, 
to win the Boy's 18 and undsr 
spot. Ted beat him in the same 
tourney last year. 

Nancy Pearsan, 18, defeated 
Nancy GriMin 6-2, 6-2 to win the 
Girl's 18 and under division. 

Boy's 16 and under was wen by 
Seymour Abrons, 16, 6-2 and 6-0. 
He defeated Dick Hctchkiss for the 
title. 

Girl's 16 and under was won by 
Nancy Hotchkiss. She defeated 
Talbott Jordan 64 and 6-3. 

Tennis tournament chairman 
Jack Gcrnett Jr. said m:st of 
the Virginia Beach players will 
be top-seeded in the state tourney 
and will probably go on to the 
international tcurnament in 
Tampa, Fla. 

'Garnett said the best young 
tennis player in the state came 
from the Virginia Beach-Norfolk 
area and Richmond. 



MARY PEARSON, right, is shown heje receiving her trophy from 
Cavalier tennis pro Jimmy Bennet. Miss Pearson won the girls' 
"18 and under" division (rf the tennis tourney last weekend. (Jaycee 
Photo) 




THE^E THREE WINNERS will travel to CiarlfttesvOle for the 
State Championship, They are, left to right, Steve Legum, Seyniour 
Abrons and Nancy Hotchkiss. (Jaycee Photo) 



Liom Fleet 
New Offieers 



. VIRGINIA mAm - The Vir- 
ginia Beach Host Uons Club will 
hold its annual installation of of- 
ficers June 27 at the Cavalier 
Hotel. 

' The new officers are Guy Nar- 
ter, president; Walter Panfciewicx, 
first vice president, Robert Coult- 
hand, second vice president, Jim 
Cock, third vice president, and 
Jack Wilder wil Iremain as the 
club's secretary-treasurer. 

The officers of the club recently 
returned from the Liens state 
convention in .^rlington where they 
received the "Merit Award", for 
their increase in membership 
over the psft year and the ac- 
tivities during the past year. 

Outgoing president H. Webster 
ISrown said the host club was 
founded in 1934 and all (^her Vir- 
ginia Beach Lions Clubs wer? 
chartered by them. 

Brown said all the. new officers 
are the same old ones, with the 
exception of Page Ware. They 
just moved up one notch, he said. 
Ware was third vice president. 

The injtallation of officers will 
consist of a cocktail hour froim 
6-7 p.m. and dinner at 7. Dancing 
will follow for those who wish to 
do so. 




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THIS DIRECTIONAL ROAD SIGN on a Virgtaia Beach road itill bears the ronalas of a CouBcflmatk 
campaign bumper sticker. Although most of the sticker has been palled (rff by someone, much <rf tiie 
gum and paper rematai. The sign had to be taken down and repatated. 



Show Winners 

VIRGCNIA EEACH-The West- 
ern division ol the Virginia Beach 
Hospital Horse Shew held Sun- 
day at Aldo Farms has announced 
first place winners in the various 
classes. They are: 

Westhern Horsemanship— Stoney 
ridden by Betty Curline '(rulers 
14 and under); Western Horse 
manship— Sus San ridden by Jerry 
Modlin (riders 15-18); Ladies We^rt- 
em Pleasure--Chino Chip ridden 
by Barbara Bradley; Western 
Pleasure and Pony — Sus San 
ridden by Jerry Medlin; Gentle- 
man's Pleasure Horse-^Genalea 
ridden by Roger Chafpel. 

Barrel! Race-Stoney, ridden by 
Betty Curling; Reining— Dominion 
Star ridden by Booty Gamer; Pole 
Bending—Wild Bill ridden by Billy 
Curling; Break and Out-Oonnie 
rklden by Rene Murden. 

Western Horsemanship Cham- 
pionship— ConAictor ridden by 
Terry Modlin; Western Pleasure 
Pony Championship — Sus San 
rklden by Jerry Modlin. 

$25 Pleasure Horse Pony Cham- 
pionship, Rider Pickup — Stoney 
ridden by Betty Curling; $25 
Pleasure Horse Championshq)— El 
Emir rkiden by Nancy Von Elm; 
Rider Pick Up— Stoney ridden by 
Betty Curlitig. 

Pony Race— Dr. Pepper ridden 
by Doug Dill; 1st Non-Registered 
Horse Race— Tony ridden by John 
Knight; 2nd Non-Registered Horse 
Race— Princess ridden by Billy 
Malbon; and 3rd Non-Registered 
Horse Race— SrichV Cloud ridden 
by Doug Turner. 



Signs Of Times 



(Continued From Page lA) 
stand why those aspiring to be 
City Councibtien would want to 
mar the beauty oC our dty and 
put the city to a lot of expense 
re-painting our signs and rewir- 
ing the danage, and we must re- 
member safety of Uie people is 
involved in this matter. 

The candidates of the Organiza- 
tkwi ticket have not displayed their 
literature on public property I 
was advised at the begiiming of 
the campaign they wouM not do 
so and it is my hope none of tlK 
candidates wlH put the city to the 
additional expense of having to 
remove their s^s, and it should 
be realized that defacing city prop- 
erty is a viola'tiOT of the law." 

The Director of Public Safety in 
Virginia Beach, Reeves Jolmson, 
said his men b^an taking the 
posters and stkrkers down as soon 
as they were seen. At the same 
time the candidates were advised 
of the violation of the law and 
a^ed to take the signs dcMR. 

Johnson was alarmed at the 
placement of many of the signs. 
He said, "We have enough troiWe 
getting people to respect oui road 
signs in the first place." He noted 
that stk;kers and posters had been 
placed on "Stop" signs, okI said 
that nrtotorists are tenit)ted to read 
all the posters attached to the 
sign and that they couW easily 
miss t}» sign. 

In additwn to the road signs, 
stickers were turning up on utility 



poles, the skies of buiMiiigs and 
on the front windows of many 
busiiness establishments. Oumper 
stickers of one independent candi- 
date were stuck to the outside 
of numerous windows of storea 
and other businesses akmg Pa- 
ctfic Avenue during the night re;- 
cently. A check with several of 
the merchants showed that no pe^ 
mission to put the stKkers there 
bad been ghren. Many merchants 
were ai^ry jixHit it. 

Within a few hours after the 
City Manager's statement was i^ 
sued, most Of the signs had be«t> 
tskcn dov^TJ, either by f i cantf 
dates or the public safety depart- 
ment. 



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Strickland Named 



VIRGINIA BEAai - Johnny 
Strickland has been appoir^ed 
Virginia Beach District Softball 
Commissioner for the lOBS season 

"I plan to hold district 14-inch 
and 12-inch slow pitch tourtia- 
ments," said Strickland. "The 
winner in eadi event will ad 
vance to the State Open Playoffs 
on Aug. 27 at Richmond. 

"Players who have competed 
in unsanctioned tournaments and 
former pros who have nat been 
reinstated for softball campetition 
will not be eligible to play in our 
events-'' 



CITY-WIDE BARBECUE 

FOR 

. WILLIS ROBERTSON 

Candidate For Re-eleMion To The U. S. Senate 




PRINCESS ANNE HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM 

DATE -FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1966 

TIME -6 P.M. 

SPEAKER - HON. THOMAS N. DOWNING 

FIRST DISTRICT CONGRESSMAN 



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City Council Election June 14th 




(Continued From Page 1A> 

Kenneth N. N^Tiitrfwrst (Pungo 
borough', farmer. Member ol 
Board of Supervisors and City 
Council for 15 years. 

S, P^ul Bro^^^) i Princess .\nne 
Borough'. Fanrcr. Board of Su- 
pervisors and City Councilman 
for 16 years, former chairman of 
Board of Supervisors, currently 
serving as Vice-Mayor. 

Earl M. Tebault iBlackwater 
borough I. Fanner, Member of 
Board of Supervisors and City 
Council for seven years. 

Lawrence E. Marshall < Bay side 
borough I, Department store de- 
partment manager. Member of 
Board of Supervisors and City 
Council for four years. 

Albert L. Bonney Sr. (Kempsville 
borough). Businessman, member 
of City Council since 1965 when 
appointed to fill vacancy, former 
ly chairman of City Planning Com- 
mission 

The other four members of the 
Organization sJate are newcomers. 
George R. Ferreli (at-large). 
Businessman, Member of School 
Board for more than ten years, 
Chairman of School Board since 
1964. 

G. Dewey Simmon?, Jr. (Lynn- 
havai borough), Realty firm part- 
ner. Captain in Virginia Beach 
Auxiliary Pdice, Officer in two 
civic clubs. . 

D. Murray Malbon (at-large), 
Motor agency owner and operator, 
Director of Virginia Beach Cham- 
ber of Commerce. Past officer of 
several civic and trade organiza- 
tions. 

Robert B. Cromwell, Jr. (at- 1 
large). Attorney, and former judge 
of Virginia Beach Juvenile and 
Domestic Relations Court. Mem- 
ber of numerous civic and pro- 
fessional organizations. 

The First Representative group 
has fielded five candidates. 

Mrs. Shirley Powell Marlow (at- 
large), Norfolk native. Mother of 
five, Sunday school teacher, Ac- 
tive in civic chri)s. 

James E. Tartar (at-large), Em- 
ployed with engineering firm, grad- 
uate of Princess Anne High School 
and Frederick Military Academy, 
former athletic coach. 

RoUand D. Winter (at-large). 
Computer systems analyst and 
programmer, educated in Cali- 
fornia, co-plaintiff in reapportion- 
ment suit against City of Virginia 
Beach. 

William R, Thomas (Kempsvlile 
borough), Manager of Norfolk au- 
tomobile agency, retired naval of- 
ficer, North Carolina native living 
in Virginia Beach 8 years. 

James R. Logan, Jr. (Lynnha- 
ven borough), Pressman with Nor- 
folk newspapers. North Carolinci 
native living in Virginia Beach 5 
years. Active in civic groups. 

There is one Republican in the 
running. 

Mrs. Lois Ndson (at-large), Res- 
ident of Virginia Beach for 9 years, 
formerly lived in Illinois and Ohio. 
Active in Red Cross activities in 
Virginia Beach. 

There are two other independent 
candidates, both unafiiliated. 

Robert B. Kendall (at-large), M- 
tomey with Norfolk firm. Former 
instructor at Old Donr | ion Col- 
lege. Member numerous profes- 
sional organizations. 

Wilfred B. Meekins (Baysid;.' 
borough), A'Utcmcbile dealer, for- 
mer member of Y'rginia Beach 
Planning Cwnmission for seven 
years. Active in civic and trade 
organizatior.s. 

Since there is opposition only in 
three boroughs, the Organization 
ha? automatically elected its rep 
rcsentatives from Pungo. Black 
water. Virginia Beach a \ Prin- 
cess Anne baroughs. At-large can 
didates also have opposition. 




Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 9, 1966 

/ Page 5-A 



THE SCORES WERE POSTED Monday afternoon at the Virginia 
Beach Jaycees Junior Golf Tournament at the Cavalier Yacht and 
Country Ciub. The winners were announced later and the trophies 
were banded out by Miss Virginia Beach. (Staff Photo by Moore) 

Tourney Won By Hudgins 



VIRGINIA BEACH-Four young 
Virginia Beach golfers will travel 
to Waynesboro, Virginia June 12. 
13 and 14 for the state Jaycees 
Junior Golf Tournament . 

Alan and Curtis Strange, took 
first and second place respective- 
ly in the Novice 18 holes Monday 
at the Cavalier Golf and Country 
Club. The senior open was won 
by Bobby Hudgins. Bill Calfee 
placed second in the open. 

Alan Strange shot an 84 and 



his brother shot a 90. Hungins 
won his flight with a 36 hole 146 
Calfee shot a 149. 

As the first half of the tourna 
ment was finishing up, Jihn .Sach- 
on made a hole-in-one with a five 
iron on the 18th hole. 



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BA Candidate 

BOULDER, Colo.-Among the 
2,000 persons wno will receive 
degrees from the University of 
Colorado at the 132nd Com- 
mencement Friday morning, June 
ID, is Leslie Anne Wells of 637 
Pine Tree Drive. 

She will receive the bachelor 
of arts degree. 



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Attends Reunion \SPEBSQSA At Baxside Lions 



LYNNHAVEN - Mrs Edward 
Skneile travelled across the 
country to ntieet many old friends 
die hadn't seen for 25 years, and 
Sbe received an honor. It was her 
high xhoai graduating class re- 
union. 

Oceanside High Sdiool in Ocean- 
iMe, California graduated M stu- 
(bott. The fu^ caDed reunioD 
Irou^ back 69 classmates, and 
Mr*. Semeile arrived from the 
te«Mt point. 



reported liie had a "mar- 

iicx" and that all former 

had weather the past 

S jF«an coura^eouiijr and were 

'la fine Aafie." 

• HkMi y«ar (Aass reinkm waa 
0m Mi^ poiDl of ho- 3 week vs- 
Mp frara wbiA abe i«> 



I B.\VSIDE-The Bays:de Liens 

Club met Wedne.-day. June 1. at 

7:00 p.m. at Shore Drive Inn with 

the president. E. Hmvard Pauley. 

I presiding. 

I Program Chairman "Bill' Han- 
> cock, presented a group from the 
: Norfolk Chapter of SPEBSQSA 
; I Society For the Preservation and 
I Encouragement of Barber Shop 
Quartet Singing m .America, Inc. '. 
Maurice Trotman. directing. "Al" 
, Roper was spdcesnan for the 
' group Several fine old songs were 
rendered by the chorus to the de- 
light oi ail present A Quartet. 
chosen by Mr Roper, without 
prior arrangement, sang l'»o 
manbers from "The Music Msn " 
The NorfoBt Chapter of SP.E- 
B.S.Q.S A., which has a men^r- 
rii!p (rf S3, at present. r«%nt]y 
todc top honors in con^tition 
with about 1.500 nwn in the south- 
era sectkin of the Middle Atlantic 
OMtrkt and will be one 4rf four 



(.■hart ITS which will be entered ' 
in :he Ea.stcrn District Compe- 
t:;;<n at Aiiantic City. NJ. in 
0-t ber. -Tho Portsmen" a star ; 
quartet from the Norfolk Chapter, ; 
also will con^te as a unit. 

This organization meets reg- , 
ularly once a week for jM-actice 
and makes appearances at many 
clute and civic functions. 

Roper. spoke.-Tnan for the group, 
said that his organizatiwi wel- 
comes any man 18 years or over 
to come to the meetings, to listen 
and ob=:er\e. or to sing They hope 
to increase their mentbership 

They will be .singing at the 
NorfDlk Art? Festival at City Park 
on July 4;h. 

Program chairman. Bill Han- 
cock, announced that the next 
regular meet'iP2 of the club will 
be held on Fr dav ni?ht. June 10. 
at the Shore Drive Inn This will 
be the installation me«ing and 
"Ladies KigM. ' 



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VOTE Organization 



For The 



Democratic Nominees 

For City Councilmen 

June 14, 1966 

ORGANIZATION CANDIDATES 



Bayside Borough 

Lawrence E. Marshall 



Kempsville Borough 

Xl Albert L. Bonney 



Virginia Beach Borough 

[X] John W. McCombs 

Princess Anne Borough 

X| S. Paul Brown 



Lynnhaven Borough 

G. Dewey Simmons, Jr. 

Pungo Borough 

Kenneth N. Whitehurst 

Blaclcwater Borough 

Earl M. Tebault 



At Large ^ 

X] Robert B. CromwSi, Jr. 
Frank A. Dusch 
George R. Ferrell 
D. Murray Malbon 



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Rmn To ^ 'See How They Run ' 



Last week, W3 saw G'ngsr Rac- 
ers give an cutslindinj p;rform- 
ance in "Helb, Dclly" on Broad- 

.way. 

Ehe ard her orsl rereivcd 9 
curtain calls. The output of energy 
c['3.:l3yed by Miss Rogers v/as ex- 
hausticg to watcli; we felt tired 
but sutremely relaxed aftsr the 
show.^She was magnificient. ■ 

' And this pas't week 3rd, we en- 
Joyed even more ths Virginia 
3each Little Theatr5'5 final prn^ 
duction of the season, Philip 
king's threc-aot farce "See How 
They Run" /It was a thriller- 
diller. a Courtyard Caper, hi- 
larious without being raucan?: wit 
and repartee w<>re in every line. 
The nine characters speak, think 
and run so fa* that the 2'4 
hours seem like minutes. The 
Western Chase and the Keystone 
Cops have nothing on these play- 
ers who rollick through their lines 
with alacrity, giving an evening 
of unfor^table mirth with supeit 
acting. 

The play takes place in an 
English village during an after- 
. jnoon and night in the hall of the 
\ {vicarage, when Penelope Toop, a 
I Iformer American actress, played 
by Carey Jones, is being severly 
criticized by Anne Pennington 
(Miss 9cillon), for daring to fix 
the flowers on the churoh altar, 
her exclusive perogative. The 
Toops have not been married 
long, and Penelope shocks the 
pari^ by wearing pants (slacks) 
while bicycling throuf^ the 






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Penel(^ also waves to an 

Anwrican corociral, ("live ^ i 't 
played siywrbly by Tom Eyerly, 
who with Angela Walker (iua. u-a 
typical English maid), to this re- 
porter, at least, si?-al the show. 

Anne Pennington runs them a 
close second with her inebriated 
scenes and her Skelton-like falls 
to the floor after being uninten- 
tionally struck by Mrs. Toop. She 
witnesses Penelope rehearsing a 
rolling-on-the-rug scene with the 
corporal (a scene from a play in 
which they had toured America). 
This was the man to whom she 
had waived; he had recognized 
her as an old theatrical acquaint- 
ance and had stopped her to re- 
new their friendship. 

Enticed by Mrs. Toop, the 
corporal decided to take a night 
on the town, off-limits, and for 
this purpose, she lends him the 
vicar's second suit, hiding his 
uniform in the hall window seat. 

Miss Skillon is shocked by what 
she sees i^n returning to the 
house to get her bicycle tire 
fuced. Ida, the maid, is a per- 
fectionist at mixing up things and 
situations. 

The vicar comes home to find 
Miss Skillon crocked on cooking 
sherry, and stows her in the hall 
closet. 

Into the scene comes an escaped 
Communist prisoner, played con- 
vincingly by Sandy Hastie— his 
eyes are wild— he slugs the vicar 
with a pipe and strips him of his 
clerical habit (Anglican bib). 

Ida then stows the undressed 
vicar in the closet with Miss Skill- 
on just as Penelope's uncle, the 
Bishop of Lax (Bob Wainwright) 
showis up for a visit to look over 
his ncfhew's progress as a man 
of the cloth. 

Returning from their innocent 
evenir,g of pleaaire, thalr to- 
getherness is misunderstood as 
Clive Winton is mistakenjoj/the 
the vicar. 

The corrfusion increases as 
another visiting minister. Rev 
Arthur Humphrey, played by Bob 
Furniss, joins the crowd while 
Sergeant Towers, an English bob- 
by, played by Ian Goodwin, 
straightens out all problems by 
chasing down his prisoner. The 
corporal finds his uniform, Pen- 
elo^ is forgiven, and all are 
hiappy again. 

The greater part of the third 
act shou's Vicar Toop in his nvlon 
underpants and t-shirt, , arnied 
with a poker, chasing the Bishop 
in his updraft nightshirt, who is 
in turn chasing the Conomunist 
pri&oner in clerical garb, who's 
chasing the corporal' in Vicar 
Tocp's clothes" All are running 
through the stage, out to the lily 
pond, back through the drawing 
rorm, and out again. Doors ban^, 
JWrs. Toop faints, Ida screams, 
and the action reaches a clim.nx 
of excitement when the commie, 
armed with a pistol, forces Mrs. 
Tocp on the sofa .saying "Shut 
uiT— but stay quiet. You are my 
wife!" 

Directed by Geo. rriiliams, it 
will be seen two more nights, 
Friday and Saturday, curtain time 
8:30 p.m. at the Courtyard Play- 
house, 17th street between At- 
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CKARLOOTESVlLLE - Three 
Virginia Beach men have or will 
receive officer commissions fol- 
lowirg coiTD^letion of the Uni- 
versity of Virginia's Reserve Of- 
ficer Training Corps. 

Cadets ccnrmissioned to the 
rank of Second Lieutenant in the 
Air Force Reserve were John 
Knight III, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
John Knight Jr. df 3213 Lorton 
Ct. and William Melvin, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. William Melvin of 
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> Dennis Ireland, son of Mrs. 
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A REVIEW 



The Tender Trap ' 




This, little boy is dressed for 
wetness of any kind . _ . he 
can't walk yet and is cutting 
teeth, but he awaits another 
ducUng by mother or daddy 
while visiting one of the local 
swimming pools. (Photo by Cas- 
sandra) 



Confirmation 

The Rt. Rever. David S. Rose, 
D. D., Coadjutor Bishop of the 
Diocese of Southern Virginia will 
administer the Order of Confir- 
mation to a class presented by 
Mr. Crigger, the Vicar, Sunday, 
June 12 at 11:00 a.m. 

Friends of the candidates and 
public are invited. Location— 509 
Rosemont Rd. 

Bishcp Rose will also dedicate 
I he Bishop IBrown Library at 
il0:30 a.m. ' * 



Bridal Tea 

Miss LaRay Ho^e Williams, 
of Chesafeake, whose marriage 
to Charles Lee Mason, Jr., of 
Virginia Beach, will take place 
on Saturday. June 18, will be 
honored at an aflerncon 'tea on 
Sunday, June 12. 

The hostess for the bridal tea 
will be Mrs. A. R. Creefemore, 
in her home at 2500 Old Drive, 
Great Bridge, Chesapeake, for 
the thirty invited gu^. 



, THE TE^JDER TRAP 

Cavalier Dinner Playhouse, Nor- 
folk, Virginia. The Tender Trap, 
by Max Shulman and Robert Paul 
Smith. Produced and directed by 
Timothy L. Jones. Cast includes 
BDib Dean, Foy Shaw, Lonni^ 
S:imue!s, Ty Silbert, Hank Mauro; 
Ann Tynes, Beatle Bailey and 
Vicky Latimer. 

■i 

The Tender Tmp is a good 

lai'ce comedy. The way it is now 
being produced at Cav^er Dinner 
Playhouse, it 'should be quite pop- 
ular with audiences. Tim Jones 
has created a fast-moving pro- 
duction with jnany laughs. The 
play has plenty of axnedy built 
in, and prehaps in this producticm, ' 
it may be played a bit too broad- 
ly, especially in the "morning 
after the night .before" scene. 

Actually the pace began a little 
sk>wly and built well. The only 
things that destroy the rapid-fire 
pacing were the long black- 
outs while scenery and properties 
were being changed. In addition 
the props should be moved a 
little more quietly in those same 
blackouts. 

' In order to keep the machine- 
-gun pace sharp there was a little 
too much movement onstage, as 
obviously directed by Jones. 

The story is a simple one. 
Charlie Reader, determined bach- 
elor determined to stay that way, 
has an apartment in New York 
and is besieged by a bevy of 
beauties looking for fun, excite- 
ment and a hu^nd. It is a won- 
der'ful life for Charlie until he 
meets the girl "who knows what 
she wants',, and what she wants 
is CharKe. From there, .en serious 
complications set in for all con- 
cerned, and what develops is good 
clean fun. 

Bob Dean, handles the lead role 
of Charlie Reader nicely. His 
ability to move well and his good 
comedy timing more than make 
uip for the slight amount of ma- 
turity he lacks for the role. The 
audience is with him from the be- 
ginning, and they never leave 
him. 

I Charlie's friend, Joe McCall, 
chemist in New Yoric away from 
his wife and thrust in this in- 
teresting situation, is portrayed 
ably by Foy Shaw. His is sup- 
posed to be a supporting role, 
but his outstanding comedy timing 
almost helps him steal the whole 
play. Only when he is searching 
madly for a cigarette is his role 
overdone, and a lesser "nicotnie 
fit" can correct that. 

Hark Mauro, who plays Earl 
Linquist, frustrated k)ver and ac- 



conrflished chemist, dors a nice 
gob in his scenes. He is quite 
consistent in his frustration. 
' The funny ibeatnik role of Sal 
Schwartz was well done by Beatle 
Bailey. He is only onstage a f©.v 
moments, but the audiences won't 
forget him. 

I Two of Charlie's lesser impor- 
tant gklfriends are played by 
yicki Latimer and Ann Tynes. 
Miss Tynes as Jessica, does a 
nice job as the Southern charmer 
who brings Charlie cheese, Miss 
iLatimer, ^ the provocative Poppy 
Matson, is quite believable as the 
su-ene who brings Charlie a blue- 
fish. 

! Ty Silbert, as Sylvia Crews, 
hoWs the action together nicely. 
Her role tff Charlie's long-suffer- 
ing Number One girl is a little 
less erratic than the others. Miss 
Sitoert handles it with a igreat deal 
of finesse and warmth, although 
her maturity overshadows some 
of the other players. 

Lonnie Somuels is a delight to 
watch on stage as Julie, the girl 
"who knows what she wants.'' It 
is she who sets the trap for 
CJiarlie. In the earlier scenes Miss 
Samuels seemed a bit too sar- 
castic, sophisticated and knowing, 
but settled down and presented a 
good characterization. 

I Maylbe is was just first night 
jitters and maybe it was a slight 
lack of experience, but many lines 
. . good comedy lines ■ . . were 
los-t by the cast members speak- 
ing too s(rftly and by continuing 
to toss out lines while the audi- 
ence was still laughing. 

' The flaws are really minor in 
this production and it is certainly 
a worthwhile evening of theatre. 
H. J. L. 



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SAFfBO^TING^ 



BY JIM KERRICK.SAFETY OFFICER 
Virginia Commission ot Came and Inland Fidieriet 



BOATING ACCIDENTS CLIMB IN VIRGINIA 

Koating accidents are caused; they don't just happen. 

Reported boating accidents in Virginia increased from 67 in 1964 
to 82 in 1965, a rise of 22 percent, while the number of registered 
beats in 1985 was only 15 percent greater than the number registered 
in 1964. 

(Boating fatalities nearly doubled. In 1964 there were 29 and in 1965 
there were 55, an alarming increase of 90 percent. 

In 1985, 47 of the reported accidaits involved a coBision with an- 
other boat. There were '10 capsizings, 7 sinkings, 4 cases of striking 
floating objects, 3 collisions with fived objects. The remainder of the 
accidents involved unintentional grounding, flooding, fire and explo- 
sion, falling inside the boat, and falling overboard. 

What are the human factors that cause such accidents? Lack of 
training and experience is one; faiure to apply the lessons of boating 
safety once they have been learned is the othei-. 

Lack of training and experience may 1 ^ d the boater into dangerously 
rough water and treacherous ci!rn % , which overtax the performance 
capability of his craft; cans him t? tail tO' recognize or ignore weather' 
warnings; fail to post a proper lookout; or exercise poor judgement 
in loacfing his boat. 

Safe operation of any boat, whether it is a tweWe foot fishing dtiff 
>r a cabin cruiser, requires some training or experience, prefwably 
9«ne of each Training may be handed down from father to son, from 
experienced boater to novice, or it may be obtained through a foimal 
'.raining course in safe boating. 



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eral Sales Manager. At the same 
time, Phillips announced that the 
dities 01 WTAR Account Exec- 
utive Alfred A. Brown will be 
exi;3nded to include sales through- 
out the State of Virginia. 

Peery came to WTAR-TV in 
April 1965. with 10 years experi- 
ence as a television time sales- 
man. iHe was as-ociated with 
IWHIS-TV, Bluefield, West Vir, 
'ginia, for "five years as an ac- 
count executive, and subsequently 
held a similar position with 
WAVY-TV, Norfolk. He is a 1965 
winner of the Sales and Marketing 
Executives Club's S.'^MMY award 
as an Outstanding Salesman of the 
Year. A graduate of Tazewell 
High School, Tazewell, Virginia, 
and Hiwassee College, Madison- 
Iville, Tennessee, Peery served 
as a Naval Officer during World 
War II and the Kqrean War and 
is a Commander in the U. S. 
Naval Reserve. 

Brown is a native of Granville, 
New York, and was a broadcast 
salesman in New York City and 
Chicago, Illinois, prior to coming 
to Tidewater as a WTAR-TV Ac- 
count Executive 12 years ago. He 
was a 1964 recipient of the S&ME 
"Outstanding Salesman" SAMMY 
award. 

Both Peery and'Brown reside in 
Virginia Beach. ^ 






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Page 7-A 




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nale plays in her co-starriog stint 
with Rocl( Hudson in Universal's 
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• i»»AL NOTICES 

iOMMWJWLALTH OF VIRGINIA 

la the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 7th day of June. 
0981. 

Order of Publication 
fll.<^NCES SAWYER THOMP«)N'. 

PlaintiS, 
against 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

Ddeodant. 

Tlie object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
nwMiii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of the parties 
having jKv^ separtely and apart 
without any cohabitation and with- 
out interruption for two years. 
TOSTEN IJIA THOMPSaN. 



« LEGAL NOTICES 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
[Virginia, the la^t knqwn post 
office address being: c (r Mrs. 
Stuart Oswald, 5838 Turtle Creek 
Circle, Houston, Texas, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within ten (IB) isdays after due 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

publication hereof, and do what 
n»ay be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 

By: Marv M. White. D.C. 
P. W. Ackiss 
2413 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. frMT 



Personals 

RonaU L. Collier of Virginia 
beach has been elected corres- 
ponding secretary of the studrat 
chapter at VPP of the American 
Institute of Ardntects for the com- 
ing year. 



Rummage Sale 

VIRGINIA M:ACH Ladies 
Auxiliary d the Plaza Volunteer 
Fire Company will hold a rvfvtn- 
age sale on Saturday. June 11, 
beginning at 8 a.m. at the 
Ml. Olive Baptist Churdi, . 310 
North Birdneck Road. 

Wi^Jter of the Auxiliary's ^ 
summer wardrobe from Rice's 
drawing was C. G. Baker of Bar- 
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9 to 1 1 Chops In Ea. Pkg. 



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-79 



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■SUPEH-RIGHT" 

GROUND BEEF 



4 TO 5 LB. AVG. 



TURKEY BREAST 



Lb. 



Lb. 



Me 

79e 



CUT FROM OUR FINEST FRYERS 



ALIGOOD 



SLICED BACON 



'^75e 

KIOHT" I Lbi 608 



LEG QUARTERS 

CUT FROM OUR FINEST FRYERS 

BREAST QUARTERS 

8 VARICTIES SUFER-RIGHT SLICED 

LUNCHEON iHEAT 3 



FRANKFURTERS 
POLISH SAUSAGE ''^. 2 Lbs. $1.23 
BOLOGNA «?/ilS=ET,i?|^ I Lb. 490 
BOILED HAM ^^Hf .fOz.Pk|.69e 
FRANKFURTERS ^^ii I Lb. T9e 



LEG ROASTS 
RUMP ROASTS 
VEAL CHOPS 
VEAL CUTLETS 
SHOULDER ROAST bon^in 



VEAt- 
BONB IN 

VEAL- 
BONE IN 
RIB 



BIO 

Valve 



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Fine Grocery Features! 



MIX or MATCH 'EM CANNED FOOD SALE! 



Lb. 39e 
Lb. 43c 

lb. 79e 

lb.85e 

lb. $1.35 

lb. $1.79 

lb. 69o 



suraiFiNf 

ILACKIYI . . . 1-LI. CAN 






Fruits and Vegetab es 



CRISP ICEBERG 



LETTUCE 2 

FIRM, VINE-RIPENED FLORIDA 

TOMATOES 



PEiis 

PEAS 

BEETS 

BEANS 

JUICE 

SPINACH 

POTATOES 

LESSER QUANTITIES SOLD AT THEIR REGULAR RETAILS 
NONE PRICED HIGHER! J sPECIAll MORTON HOUSE 



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1.LI. CAN 

AftP . . . SUCID 
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A&P TOMATO 
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CANNED MEATS r^ 39' 

Beef Stew, Brown Gravy and Sliced Beef, Mushroom Gravy and Salisbury Steak, 
Brown Gravy and Sliced Pork, Chicken and Dumplings, Chicken and Rice, Sloppy 
Joes or Tuna and Noodles. 



OLD VIRGINIA . 

SAUCE 



APPLE 



CLOROX . . . LIQUID 



2-Lb.. 13- 
Oi. Jw 



DELICIOUS tIPE 



SWEET GEORGIAN 



BING CHERRIES .^ 59e PEACHES 2 ^ 39c 

LARGE RED RIPE •■"•• ^ 

WATERMELONS potatoes 4.29c 



39c BLEACH 

AURORA toilet 



«al. 



WASHINGTON BREAD or PANCAKE 

'i^lOc TISSUE 

BRIGHT SAIL LIQUID OUR OWN ICED 

••L 



MIXES 



NOUTH CAROIINA 



WHOLE 
EA 



89c ;i»kS;illc BLUEBERRIES 



Piat 



49c 



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Tasty Jhrifty Dairy Selections! 



BLEACH 

WELCHADE . . . GRAPE* 

DRINK 3 



^ 39c TEA MIX 3 

ROBERT'S ASSORTED 

T COOKIES 



1-Ql.. 14- 
0*.C«ee 



jh v/C 

2 "S.:" 49c 
25c 
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Phfa. 



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EGGS 

SI 00 



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SHORTHELD ... A&P MED. SHARP 

CHEESE .69c 

MEL-O-BU SLICED AMERICAN 

CHEESE ",^45c 

MEL-O-BIT SLICED AMERICAN SHARP 

CHEESE 2 Z 49c 



r^ A&P TROPICAL PUNCH or GRAPE 

DRINK 3 



1 -Quart, 

14-Oz. 

Cant 



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Jane Parker Baked Foods! 



OVB^-FRESH PEACH or PINEAPPLE 

PIES 
2% 85' 



'SAVE 13' 



AiP'S FROZBM ALL BUTTER POUND 

SPiCIALI I2.O1. £0 

PLAIN OR SEEDED RYE 

"SAVI l-Lfc. 
lie- 



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BREAD 
BREAD 



CRACKfD WHEAT 
"SAVI 
lie 



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GREEN PEAS i^!^. 2'"»^s"'39' 
SLICED BEETS ^^^ 2 i^ 41' 
SLICED PINEAPPLE «^^1''^ 35' 
CRUSHED PINEAPPLE <--»- 2 '^33' 
CREAM STYLE CORN ^^^ l^^^AV 




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The Story Of Rabies 



All warm blooded ananaU. in- 
duding man, are susceptible to 
rabies, which is transmitted by the 
entrance <rf virus laden saliva frwii 
a rabid animal into a wound gen- 
erally causied by a bHe of that 
animal. Although any animai may 
succumb to the disease, tlie chief 
transmitters of rabies are ioiS> 
and sknilal* camivoroua animals, 
such as fox|s, skdnks, coyotes ard 
wolves. 

In Virginia the chiei vectors <f 
th? disease are foxr^s. In all in- 
fected areas there are heavy loss- 
es of livestodc. In Virginia a1o-<j. 
the cost to livestock growers each , 
year runs upwards from $50,000. In 
April, 1933, a thoroughbred horsa 
valued at more thin $100,000 died 
of rabies on a North'jrn Virginia 
horse farm. These figures do not 
include the thousands of dollars 
lost each year to attacks on poul- 
try by rabid animals. 

Last year, a rabid fox attacked 
a group of children waiting for a 
school bus on a central. Virginiii 
highway. The terrified child'-en 
scrambled ritop a nearby parked 
car to escape from the snapping 
beast and sat the-e uitl a mgtorisl 
..topped and killed it. 

Accour.ts like these have been 
ha;penirg with some frequency in 
Virginia in recent years. Health 
officia's of more and more locali- 
ties are bec.^miiig a'armed at the 
trend the ou'.break of rabies is 
taking. Once the disease was most 



Ean Here NOW 




conmon in dogs, but compulsory 
canine vaccinations' have broug.it 
it under control in most places. In 
recent years, however, it has 
spread to wild life. According h 
the United States Department oi 
AgricuJture. in 1940 there were 
6.194 rabid dogs and 277 miscella- 
neous reported cases, the latter 
including predatory animals, such 
as fox^^s, skunks and raccoons, h 
1950, tff 3,428 rabid an'mals rs- 
ported, only 297 were dogs and 
'1.6C8 were predatory animals, in- 
cuding 910 foxes. 

Of the 138 animal rab;es cases 
cnfirmfd in Virginia throughout 
'a t yeir. 99 wsra foxe.s. Of 13H 
animal rabies cases so far this 
year, 108 weie foxes, 7 were dogb 
ar.d the remaining 2* were ether 
animals. To cnpe with rabies, 
about two-thirds of Virginia's 
counties ar.d mot of its cities 
have compulsory cani.ie vaccina- 
tion progra.TS. 

_j — 

Open Forums 

(Ccntinued From P/je 1-A» 

The biggest laugh of the evenir.i^ 
went to Mrs. Lois Ne'son, »d:tub- 
lica.i^when siv said Council .shoiilci 
become "City Council in.ste:;d of 
Sidney Council," a les^ th'.tn v^ilp-l 
inference cor.cerning Democratic 
National Committeeman, Sidney 
K^'Fam. 

Those , opposing the Orgaiiza- 
tion criticized the seven-.'our plan, 
under which they are rurining fo.- 
Council. Rorand Winter. -First 
Representative candidate, said the 
present administration ha§ not pro- 
vided elfective leadership. W B. 
Meefcins called for a civil 5^^'. vno 
type of employment in city offices. 
but later in a question period, l;ad 
to admit that such a system was 
not free frcm doubt. 

Nothing new and startling was 
introduced by any of th? candi- 
dates, and few persor^s other than 
campaign workers and ai"dcnt sup- 
porters showed up. but llie • venin;* 
was judged a success as a jjubilc 
forum. 



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Fbuuiee Cor|i. 



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calf 
5I3-23I1 

retd Anais Ovtr 

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hnhh»4 apoa nqaui. 

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OBITUARY* 

Dr. Alfred Rives Berkeley Jr., 

brother of the Rev. Edmund Berk- 
eley of Galilee Episcopal Churrfi, 
passtd away May-J* in Charlclte, 
N.C. He 'was formerly chief, De- 
partment or Ortitopedic Surgery, 
and senior attending stafif men> 
ber of Charlotte Memorial Hos- 
pital. He was an active .'taff 
mtn.lbcr of Presbyterian Hospital 
and Charlotte Rehabilitation Hos- 
pital and member of Charlotte 
Community Hospital. 

iHe was a member of the Anm^r- 
ican Medical Association. Southern 
Medical Medical Association, Pan 
American Medical Association, 
North Carolina Medical Associa- 
tion, and North Carolina Ortho- 
pedic Association. 

He is survived by his widow, 
the former Jane King Funkhouser 
of Roanoke, three children, two 
sisters, in addition to his brother. 



SERVING VIRGINIA BEACH 

RESIDENTS SINCE 1937 
under same management 
CALL 428 1525 



CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 



207 2ht ST • BAYSIDE • 3 1st and PACIFIC 



nOfWAIMlliADMO MAY 



IHBE PWCES fffECnVE THROUGH JUNE 1 1 IN VA. BEAOI & VIONITY 




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Folder Ready 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The new 
Ocean Highway Association's 1963 
Smwnp' Events folder lists the 
Eipecial attractions avail^le in 
Virginia Beach from June to Sep- 
tember. 

A free copy of this folder can 
be obtained by writing .to the 
Ocean Highway Association. P.O. 
Box 1C7. Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
23458. 

Hi,ghlLghts include: The Virginia 
Beach Music Festival on June 13- 
16; Norfolk-Virginia Bjach Blue- 
fish Tournament, June 19-J.uly 4- 
$10,000 Golden Horse Show June 
24-26; Interflational Virginia Capes 
Yachting Race from Bermuda, 
concluding at the Chesapeake Bay 
Bridge-Tunnel on July i-3. 

Also, Lotus Festival July 13-20; 
Virginia Beach - Board^^•alk Art 
Shew July 14-18; 



STARTED IN 1957 



Summer Playgrounds To Open 
Tenth Anniversary Season 



ViRGinia Beach Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1 966 



SECTION B 



VIRGINIA BEACH - tRis sum- 
mer marks the 10th opening of 
surrHTier playgrounds sponsored by 
the City Recreation Dcpt. In the 
summer of 1167, the fomier Prin- 
cess Anne County Recreation 
Dept. started an infant operation 
with 4 teams of Directors who 
shcttled between three play- 
grounds each on a sue day week 
'ozds. The develo.pn'tent and offer- 
inig of this program has matched 



the spiral of population growth in 
the past fen years to a point 
where now the dept. wiJl be oper- 
ating from 3 separate sites, all 
operating on a 5 day week, and 
will employ 32 directors and 31 
assdstant directors. Opening date 
Fri. 17 June and terminating date 
will be" Wed. lo Aug. 

Stephen Chipok, Director of the 
program, has held this post from 
its inception. George B. Shields, 




Physical Education Supervisor and 
Louis Breedtove. football ccach at 
Oceana H.S., who are currently 
playground su'perviisors, were two 
of the pJaygroun* directors during 
the department's opening in 1957. 

The program's normal offering 
includes arts and crafts, di-ama, 
music-dance, nature activities, 
cont: } y and tournaments in indi- 
vidual and team games and sports 
that will be offered on a play- 
ground, regional and City Wide 
basis. The norms'! operation will 
be from 9-12:00-1-4:00 daily, Mon. 
throiwh Friday. A tennis center 
w!ll be in operation at Princess 
Anne High Sch.,wl .for instruction 
only (children wishing lo jon this 
program will do so by ni,n\x\% ut 
at T" tennis courts at PAHS a.'d 
the'iTrcctrr will s:t up bl;;:'ks of 
t.'me based on these ib^ i:p.s). 
The program is offered onijy to 
sci.'ool £■'■€ children. 

In adc'Tian, 2 sit.'.s will b? riipen 
'.vt the evening hours to aoc(.»mmo- 
date the high school age group. 
Union Kfi '^sville IIS. i.s open 
every ever.'ng from ,'5:00-10:0!) p.m. 
Bayside H.S. will cnerate only 2 
nights a week: Tues. & Th.irs. 
1:00 p.m.-'4:06 p.m. and again 
from 6:00-9:00 p.m. Bay iide H.S. 
wiH also cnerate (only for the 
teen-agers) .dcily on Mon., Wsd., 
Fri. at normal playzround hours. 
Plans are urder v \ to a '.r th:.s 
groi.p badr'nt)n. biskiit')!!!, 
gymnastics, track & field, tennis. 
weight trair'ng, charm c!as?es, 
voHeyban, p'ng nang & s ftba'l 
not only on an individual c!;o;ce 
basis — but rctuallv 'eceve in- 
structional clinics. Mr. Ken S'a'l- 
{i.ji, m\\ be gvnnastic^; director. 
and Mis? Vicki Lattimore will 
instri.jt the charm classes. 

The De'jartment's exoectaf.'ons 
in this the 10th anniversary of the 
program, are that "It will b:^ the 
best participsticn year of a'.l." 

The openimg of the S;aTim?r 
Playgrounds is always prtceded 
by a two day Institite for a'l Di- 
rectors and Assistant Directors. 
This vear the clime will be held 
at Kings Grant Elementary ScHool 
oh" 14 &J5 June. Start^ time Jor 

(Otmttnued On Page 68) 




,\Iary Fran Hughes 

In Arizona 

VmG:NI.\ BEACH-Mary Fran 

Hi'ghcs left June G t: r ^r'iiura 
wh.^rc she will be working this 
s.n' 'J'T for liie Ho.Tie Mi-^ion 
E:;a.''d o!' tiie .S.jutlia.'-n Bajtis'' 
Cjnver.tion. 

She and htr co-worker wi'l ha 
working primarily in Vacalon Bi- 
b'c Schools and Girl Auxiliary 
Camps. 

T.;a daushtcr o[ K;v. G. Ed- 
V ard H.ghes, p"slor cf L:jndcn 
Bridge Ba,:;is^ Church, and Mrs. 
Hu^hfcs, Mary Fr:'..n is a ju.iior at 
W£k3 Forest Cilleire. 

,She pradua!ed fr:'»i Pr!n?ess 
.^nne High Sche:.)! as valedictor- 
li-.V-j^PTlT^ckJ .s o! 1HS4. 



Queen Sought 

R.CliMCND - The arnual Vir- 
ginia Truck L'rivei's RjadeJ is 
Ic?k'n;5 for a Qjecn. 

The Virgi.'iia Ko?deo is a test 
of d. lying skill and knowledge for 
ths bi'-l prc'.'.'ss;oiial t-::ck drivers 
in the Old Daminicn. The annual 
'•lor.ifctltilcn wiU te held in Nor- 
fclk, August 11-L^ 13 at the Jani 
S.hcinpirg Center. 

During liie mon h of June the 
Virginia Council oi Highway S-j'e- 
ty ?. ;pervi.-ors„ will be sc'cki.^g 
"Miss Virginia Rcadto" to rcijn 
over the state championships. 
J>2i;adl!i\,e for eritri.'.'s is nwdnight, 
July "I. 



Wire Act 13th 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The Wir- 
euigards, an unusual European ae- 
rial act. will launch the 1966 
schedule of 12 free ^circus acts at 
Seaside Amusement Park, Vir- 
ginia Beach. They start their 
week's appearance at Seaside 
Park on June 13th. 

This team, a man and a woman, 
perform unique feats on a revolv- 
ing platform 100 feet in the air. 
Thr> Wirengards have appeared in 
the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, 
Der.nark, as well as in Stockholm, 
Sweden, and m.any other Euro- 
pean cai'itals. 

The remainder of tha revised 
schcdrle, with a new act opening 

each Monday, fallows: 

June 20, Jos-eph Smi'^ey, magi- 
cian; 27, Thi Great Eric-, hgh 
v\;."e; July 4, The Torrys, ccmedv 
tram'-olinc; 11, The Tops, aerial 
.skating act; 18, Chai and So.nay, 
novelty high wiro; 25, Don and 
Dclares Rogers, jugf'l'ers; August 
1, Bil'y Barton, cloud .swing; 8, 
Leo and Josc-phine Gasoa. w're 
a;.; 15, James Shannon, high div- 
er; 22, Texas Tommy, animal 
act; 23, Les Tai Funs, a:rlal act. 

There will be two free perform- 
ances of each act daily, at 2:30 
and 10 p.m. 

There is no admission charge 
to the Park. 



DORIS PADRICK'S 

.VIEW 
of 





VIRGINIA BEACH 

(Ciip.vrlKht, imiC. — HorU Padriek) 



Events e' the past couple of weeks bring forth only a "tired view" 
. . . Little school children enjoyed "end of school" parties (small 
cantribution ci working mother — batch of homemads cookies baked 
about midnight) . . . high schooler needed help picking out prom gown. 
transportation to beauty parlor, new dress to wear under cap and 
gown (pay rental fee>, transiportation to school to practice graduation 
march, ... in the meantime, one car breaks down . . _ transporta- 
tion for working mother in father's car, bum rides from news editor 
to cover stories . . . rising college junior needs transportation to 
fraternity parties, job applications, and dates . . . fussing to get 
ccm._;!et2 family circle to high school graduation 'mission accom- 
plished) . . . traniportation for graduate to new j:b . . . look up bus 
schedule. 

Net the "in" thing for teenagers to ride bus—too bad for "teen's 
image," ride bus anyway! Two cars now runni.:g— lour drivers wanting 
to go in four differeiit dircclian.s— parents stand firm; they get cars 
for own Uie . . _ 

"Neglected" small child dsmanJs backyard pool be set up, invites 
school mates to spend night <u..bekmwn to mother), whines for per- 
mission to go to corner store for new Batman cards, rains around 
screaming when icecream truck jingles bell . . . 

Old dog feels young . . . sneaks out of open door, without tags . . . 
runs around neigh.borhood . . . gets caught by dog catcher . . . date 
with the judge tomorrow ... 

Like cub reporter, sent out by city editor to cover important wed- 
ding and who returns with no story because the bride didn't show up, 
it seems there'must be a stoiy sOTnevvhere in all that mess_ 

But I'm just too tired to find it! 



SIGNING CONTRACT TO SELL the Old Donation Farm is Leighton P. Roper (seated). Seaboard Citi- 
zens National Bank Trunt Officer for the J. C. Hud gins estate. Fre4prick Napolitano (left) and Horace 
Cistola, principals of the Terry Corporation, are the purchasers of the 400-acre tract now to be develop- 
ed for residential housing. 



FARM BRINGS $2 MILLION 



Contracts Signed 
— Planning Begins 



VIRGINIA BEAOH - The Ter- 
ry Corporation, builders and de- 
velopers, recently signed a con- 
tract to purchase the Old Dona- 
tion Farm from the J. C. Hudgins 
estate. The land, which totals 
nearly 400 acres, was sold in a 
transaction which entailed land 
investment in excess of $2 million 
—representing the largest financial 
transaction for a sujgle land pur- 
cha!« for residential development 
in Tidewater. 

Tile .1. C. Hudgins estate is be- 
ing administered by Leighton P. 
HoiKT. senior vice president and 
trust officer o( Sealward Citizens 
National Bank. Consultant to the 
bank on real estate matters of 
the Hudgins estate was V. H. 
Naa*aum Jr. 

Adjacent to Old Donation Church 
the land is bounded by Witch 
Duck Road on the west and the 
western branch of the Lynnhaven 
River on the other three sides. 
The "Old Donation Farm," as an 
old deed so names the tract, is in 
the center of vast develcnments 
that have taken place in Vjfgin'a 
Beach in the past lO years, .^m^ng 
those develqmients i^- Pembroke 
Manor, which was also b.iilt arri 
developed bv Uie Terry Corpora- 
tirn. 

.Although the tract has not been 
plannfd out as vet. it is ertimated 
that between 800 and 900 h'OTcs 
wHl be constructed on it. k smafl 
pcrtion of the tract has been re- 
tained by the Hudgins' estate has 
homesites for the esfete's heirs. 

Independence Boulevard is be- 
ing extended through the nwv 
tr»rt to link it with Virginia 
Beach Boirievard and SuUivan 

R03< 

yUtA of the ate is on hi^ 
grcnuid and includes an ll-acre 



lake. 

The devetopere have decided to 
focus on the Old Itonation site 
and let its history and heritage 
establish the theme of the land 
plan. Single family residences will 
be the core of the design. 

The new residential community, 
to be named Old Donation Farm, 
wiill undengo initial land planning 
within the next three months and 
be ready for marketing and s£des 
by spring of 1967. 

When completed, the total resi- 
dential construction costs will be 
approximately $18 million. 

Principal of the Terry Corpor- 
ation, Fred Napditano and Hor- 
ace Cistola of Virginia Beaoh and 
Emilio Olivieri d New York, were 
engaged in the construction of 
residential, commercial and mul- 
ti-family real estate in the mid- 
west and New York before mov- 
ing to the Tidewater area. 

Napolitano and Cisrtola ba(th are 
active in local civic and i»^fes- 
sional affairs. 

The Terry Corporation began 
buikling homes in this area in 
1954. Since then it has become 
the largest homciHHldii^ and resi- 
dential develofment OTganization 
in Virginia The cr.rporation fwo- 
vides emplo>tnent for approxi- 
mately 250 people in thek opera- 
tion. 

LocaMy. since 1955. the organi- 
zation has built approximately 2,- 
500 residences, iH-incipally in 
Crestwood, Aragona VMIage, Mali- 
bu, Pembroke Manor and Brook- 
wfxyl. 

The Fwindpals of the firm also 
^minded Peirt>rc*e Square Asso- 
ciates, the owners of Pembrdce 
Mall ShoR5ing Cento-. TV msdl is 
the oiriy enckised d»p|wig ceito- 
m "nde^ater at presoit 



B. A. Degree 

NEW LONDON, Conn. - Miss 
Suzan Wommack of Virginia 
Beach was among 334 degree can- 
didates to be awarded Bacheloi 
of Arts degrees at the 48ii Com- 
mencement held June 5 at Con- 
necticut College for Women. 

Miss Wommack studied for two 
years at OW DwiMnion College 
before transferring to Connvfcticut 
College. She has served as a 
mariber cf the creative writing 
board for "Insight," the college 
literary nvagazine. 

A graiuate of Greenbrier Col- 
lege (Preparatory), she is the 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. 
Wommadi of 1133 Chumley Road. 



NOTICE 

Offlet Hears: 

Dally f A.M. lo 4 

CLOSID SATURDAY 



REPAIRS 

Whit* 

YOU WAIT 



NO APPOINTMENT 
NECESSARY 

Phone 
622-4575 

SUmdard 

DENnSIS 

QnmfyatTnamSt 

ISTAIUSNffO m 
Y4. 1917 



INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE - RENTALS 



JARVIS..KITCHIN 



231 VA. BEACH BLVD. GA 8-7755 

Established 1911 



What do you need 
when youVe just moved 
to town? 



For Clean, Economical Heat 
Mobilheat Kerosene Fuel Oil 

Call: FUEL FEED 



GA 8-4222 



FUEL, FEED 



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All these... and the best bank m town. 



First & Merchants. That bank with the big blue mark 
you keep noticing all over town. (You'll be seeing it 
all over the state, too. F&M has 52 offices in 17 Vir- 
ginia cities.) It's the one with the drive-in teller '^/t/fk 
windows, plenty of parking and all the modern- WT i 

living bank services you'll ever need. Won't you*"^ 
come in and get acquainted? We'll be glad to 
transfer your accounts here and help you in every 
way we can. If you want to find out a little more 
about the way First & Merchants takes care of new 
customers, just ask your new neighbors. They're 
probably one of the 173,200 Virginia families banking 
on a better life at First & Merchants. They'll say the 
service is great So wilt you. 





fH 
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bank on a better life wHh 

FIRST & MERCHANTS NATIONAL lANK 

Member Federal Deposit InwniK. Corponlk» 
Auets over I SSQjOOC^ O OQ 



Vlrfllnla Beadi SUN, Thursday, June 9, 1966 




WLMjS use flying amMmdng the opening of LMd«i BrMge 
Baptist Owrtk VacatloB BlUe School to begin June IS thnM|^ June 
17. Pi«ptfatiaB Day wfll be Friday, June 10, 9 ajn. to 11 a.m. Bible 
l^hooi wll he ta tessiai 9 ajn. to 12 nooa. Parent's Night program 
hr Beginm' and Prfanary departments will be held Friday. June 17 
■t 7:J« pjB.; for Junior and intermediate departments. Sunday. 
taK n. M 7:» p.M. HtMng the .\meriran Hag is Willis Parrott, 
wMh the BMe b Liila Fruklhi, and the Christian nag is held by 
^^ I^eg. (SUff photo by Padrick) 



PERSONAL MENTION 



Local students who are attend- 
ing EJast Carolina College received 
degrees at the 57th jmnual com- 
mencemeirt program held recently. 
"Riey were Lyman Barber Dicker- 
son, 4228 Sandy Bay Drive; Mar- 
, shall Wade Lefavor, 6612 Odessa 

• Drive; Ralj* David Moulton, Jr., 
' Route 2; William Ed^*•in Pec*. 909 

Queai laizabeth (AB); Richard 
Waits- Mears Jr., 31% Bonney 
Road (IMA); ami Charles Lee Ma- 
son Jr., 1448 Five Forks Road iBS 
in Business Administration). 
♦ • • 
J. C. Kesler recently purchased 
, an Aberdeen-Angus bull {rem 

• GeOTge Walker, Chesapeake. 



I Among the seuors graduating 
•from Mary Washington College 

• were Grace Marie Bamforth (psy- 

• chotogy', daughter of Mr. and 
!Mrs. C. A. Bamforth Sr. of 5172 
7 Overland Road; Judith Arlene 
'• Bkim (sociology), dau^ter of Mr. 

• and Mrs. W«-nM- Blum of 812 
■ Cardinal Road; Sylvia Kay Porte- 
; nier (sociolc^', daughter of Lor- 
l en Ray Portenier of 2224 North 

• Lakeside Drive; Paula Peel Scar- 



boron^ (political science), daugh- 
ter of Mrs. James A. Cottingham 
of 1808 Arctic Avenue; Raquel 
Monica Weyse (German), daugh- 
tCT of Henry G. Weyse of 3101 
Lynnhaven Drive; and Alke Anne 
Moore (mathematics", daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Fuller Moore of 
505 IKh Street. 

* * » 

aiiss Nancy Welton, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Welton 
m of 1085 S. Bay Shore Drive, 
has been namedc^jjiotography edi- 
tor of "Iris," the yearbook of 
Stratford College, for the 196&^ 

session. 

♦ ♦ * 

R. J, Walsh is among the mar- 
shals for the commencement ex- 
ercises of the graduating class of 
the Oak Ridge Military Institute. 

» » » 

Thomas C Broyles and William 
M. Campbell are two local mem- 
bers recently elected as new mem- 
bers of the Board of Directors cf 
Virgirja Heart Asfociation. The 
Annual Membership Meeting of 
the Association was held recently 
in Natural Bridge. 



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Boy B. JackKin. Pastor 



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Princew Anne, Virginia 
Robert H. G»mer, MinUter 



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Tlic Rev. Tho. H. Brltton 



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Leslie E. Grace. Minigter 



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William L. Asher, Paator 



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111 l.rfii)oiii;h .\rcii<ie 
Rer. J. Frederick Parker 



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146() Va. Bear>h Blvd. Oceana 
Roy N. Wilson. Minister 



OCEAN PARK ( (IM.MIMTV 
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I.;!*onl Cinlc. »ay»i<lc. Va. 
Paul K; MtCiilloush, Th.M. 



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Rev. Gar>- B. Thompnon 



CORNERSTOMfc BAPTIST 

(Conservative Baiitisl) 
Rev. Parker Yonntr 
230 Red Tide Road 



SALA CHt'BCH OF CHRIST 

Creeds. Vlrflnla Beach. Virginia 
W. T. Weaver. Minister 



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CIIAPKL 

Laskiri Ril.. l.inkliom li.iy 
Rev. Richaril Woodward. Pastor 



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B. Sidney Sanders, Rector 



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Lynn Slioie Drive at Virginia Bfcaih 
Kenneth A. Pric-e, Pastor 



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Airedale — Kempsville 
Rev. John L, Kibler, Jr. 

FOI NDRV METHODIST CHIRCH 

Va, Beach Blvd.. Lynnhaven 
William H. Acosta, Minister 



8AIJ»I METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, ViririiHa 
Emory 3. Ellmore, Minister 

VIRGINIA BEACH METHODIST 
CHURCH 

207 18lh Street 
Rev. Beverly Felty 



KV\M<iELICAL LUTHERAN CHIRCH 
OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 

1489 I>askin Road 
Rev. Dickson W. Taylor 



FRANCIS A8BURY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Great Neck Road 
L«Roy Davis. Minister 



PENTECOSTAL 



OUR SAVIOR'S LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Baylake Pines. Bayside 
Kenneth H. Carbaugh. Pastor 



UAYGOOD MEMORIAL METHODIST 
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471.3 Haygood Road 
Robert F. Bryan, Pastor 



PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 

16lh St. and Baltic Ave. - 
Elwood Kern, Pastor 



EM.MANURL EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

2.1.1 Bowman Road 
iBtv. Leonard R. Graves. Jr. 



OCEANA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

14ti0 VirKinia licach Blvd. 
Uiiy Wilson. Paptor 



FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. B(>a<h Bhil . Norfolk 
Fn.<l M. Fariss. Pastor 



GALILEE EPISCOP.%L CHURCH 

40th and Pacific 
Tlie Rev. Ediiiiiiiil Bcrktley, Roctor 



FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHIRCH 

41 » (ilenrook Koad, Norfolk 
Rtv. Charles T. Hendricks 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

;t,'5th SI. at Holly Rd. 
H. Wadell Waters, Pastor 



FIRST COT^MAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

George T. Stallintrs, P;istor 



FREEWILL BAPTIST CHIRCH 

1415 Oceana Bo\ilcvard 
"% J. Tngle. Pastor 



KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST CHIRCII 

7720 Princess Anne Rd. 
Charles H. Jones. Pastor 



PEMBROKE MANOR UNITEO 
CHI RCH OF CHRIST 

(CoiitrregationaJ Christian) 

Jf^ctings in Pembroke Manor 

Elementary School 

Rev. Carl T. Daye 



CHURCH OF GOD 



ASSEMBLY (»F (iOD 

Virginia Bnach Boulevartl 

I'.ast Lane — Oceana 

Kc' . Samncl D. liulir. Jr. 

CHURCH OF (101) 

«20 14lh Street 

Bobby H. Sams, Pastor 



OLD DONATION EPLSCOPAL CHURCH 

449 Witch Duck Road, Bayside 



ST. .YIDENS EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Kins-'s Grant Rd. and Eilinhiir? Drive 
Rev. L. J. Ta.vlor, Jr., Vicar 



PRINCE OF PEAIB LUTHERAN 

rsvkca 

(Missouri Synod) 

424 King's Grant Road 

Rev. J. Elmer Medlty, Pastor 



NAZARENE 



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VAZARENB 

8. Court House Rd.. Oceana 
Paul R. Aldrlch. Pastor 



KN0TT8 ISLAND METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Knotts Island. N. C. 
Robert C. Black, Minister 



PRESBYTERIAN 



URIES METHODIST CHURCH 

6680 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Rev. C. Katon Gray 



BAYSIDE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Near Bobbins Comer 
Rev. J. E. Johnson, Pastor 



LYNNHAVEN METHODIST CHURCH 

Little Neck Road 
Rev. Oscar V, Rodriguez 



BOW CREEK PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Rosemont R»ad and Plaza Trail 
Wentz J. Miller, Minister 



ST. FRANCIS' EPIStOPAL CHURCH 

,5u!* Ro.»emont Rnad 
Tlic Kev. riayion E. Crigeer, Vicar 



FRIENDS 



FRIENDS MEETING 

(Quaker) 
Laskin &ua4 



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NIHMO METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Emory S, Ellmore, Minister 

A METHODIST CHURCH 

208 Plaza Trail 
iibert G, Hobbs, Pastor ' 



BAYLAKE METHODIST CHURCH 

Shore Dr. at Treasure Island Dr. 

In Bayside 

Raymond E. Musser. Minister 




CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

First St., Glenroek, Norfolk 
E. Crowell Cooley, Pastor 

CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

1200 Aragona Boulevard 
M, Bland Dudley, Minister 



'^MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

400 First Colonial Road 
Rev. H. Wark Curry, Pastor 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 3eth St. 
John S. Lyies, Pastor 



BEECV GROVE METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
iLaa B. iiuMt^a. Pastor 



ST. HA^K A.M.E. CHURCH 

Oceana 

B«T, D. P. Felton, Pastor 



KEMPSVILLE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

620 Kempsville Road 
J. L. Coitpock, Pastor 



KINIi'S ORANT BAPTIST CHAPEL 

Meeting In Kingston Elementary School 
W. Glenn Tallaiit, Pa!<tor 



MOUNT OLIVE BAP'HST CHURCH 

L. Warren Chase, Pastor 




OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back B.ay, Virginia 
Alvin St. Clair. Pastor 




KINGS GRANT PBB8BYTBBUN 
CHURCH 

745 Little N«-k RoimI 
Raymond C. Plitton, Pastor 



LYNNHAVEN PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Village 
,Rcv. Marlon R. Webb, Jr. 



PRINC»»S ANNK FREEWILL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

1415 0<'eana Blvd. 
T. J. Tingle. Pastor 



PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA BAPTIST 
CHI RCH 

245 Rosemont Road 
Rev, ilclvin Huchcs, Pastor 



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Princefw Anne Court House 
Rev. Unice H. Perkins, Pastor 



LONDON BKIIXiK B.\PTIST Cllt ItCIl 

London Brnlge. Viii'iiiia 
G. EilwanI Hiidics, Pytitor 



TH.VLIA LYNN BAPTIST (HI RCH 

Va. Bc.mIi BIviI. adioiiiinK Princess 

High School 

Rev. Robert N. Wallace 

FIR.ST BAITIST CIIUK( II 

L.vniihaven 
ITcv. .Melvin U. liniincs. pastor 

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CHIKCH 

Rev. S L. S flit, iia*tj.ir 

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CHIKf H 

Creeds — Kev. J. .M. Hall, paslur 

BKi PIMEY (iKOVK BAPTIST 
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Priin<»w Anne 
Rev. Rodger Slwl. i»a-stor 



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to the expression which points 
out that "what you think you 
are"? 

Think happy thoughts and 
your attitude toward life is cer- 
tain to be brighter and cheer- 
ful. Look for gloom and you 
will find it. i 

It follows that our life be- 
comes enriched when we tpra 
our thoughts to God, when we 
keep in mind the high example 
of the dedicated life of Chnst 
upon earth. 

Keep God in your life, every 
day. 



THALIA TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

420 Thalia Road 
Sidney D. Crane, Minister 



.MORNING STAR BAPTIST ( lU K( H 

Rev. G. %. Parkir. pa.^lin- 




WYCLIFFB PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

John B. Dey Elem. School 
J, Stanton Blain, Pastor 



ROMAN CATHOUC 



STAR OF THE SKA CATHOLIC 
CHURCH 

1411) St. and Antic Cinle 
Rev. Francis V. Danibrick 



ST. GREGORY THE GREAT 
CATHOLIC CHURCH , 

7271 Viriiinia nea«h Blvd. 

Rev. Flavian Velinko. O.S.B. 

Rev. Paschal Kneip, 0,S,B. 



ST, MATTHEWS CATHOLIC CHI'.";*.'- 

1010 Sandra I>ane, Va. !le;« h m 



Father O'Hara, Father Findlay 



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044 Little Nnk Road 
Rev. Thomas M. Summers 



CHRB5TUN SCIENCE 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. 
SCIENTIST •* 

300 20th Street 



EBENKZKK BAPTIST (HI KCH 

Rev. G. L. Parker, i>a>tiir 



ST. JOHN A.M.E. CHURCH 

Davis Corner 
Rev. J. C. Faunllemy. iiii.si^ir 



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GRACE BRETHREN CHIRCH 

Great Neck at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arringtou, Pastor 



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GO TO CHURCH 
SUNDAY 



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REALTY k INSURANCE CORPS. 
3401 Va. Beach Blvd. - Phone 340.3030 

"Remember The Man From Lara^n" 




WALKER REALTY CORP. 

Braach Office 
3277 VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. 
Adjacent To Princess Ann Plara 

WE SELL, BIT, RENT ft TRADE 

TELEPHONE 340-612! 



ROSEWOOD MEMORIAL PARK, INC. 

CEMETERY 

PRINCESS ANNE MEMORIAL PARK 

CEMETERY 
FOR INFORMATION CALL GY 7-8925 



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LASKIN ROAD AT HILLTOP 

REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 

SALES & RENTALS 

TELEPHONE 428-6886 

Hie Key To Better Livtaif; 



OCEANA BEAUTY ACADEMY 

1737 VIRGINIA BEACH BOULEVARD 
Phone 428-3246 
Vh-ginia Beach, Virginia 23453 
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY 



KELLAM-EATON INSURANCE CO. 

Bill Pacific Ave. — Telephone GA 8-9161 
2406 B. Princett Anne Rd. Dial 426-5606 
Real Eftate — Rcntait — 



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Telephone 428-9313 




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PHONE 428.873a 



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2 Location* To Serve You 

Radio Diapatched Truckt 

431 Virginia Beach Blvd.— Dial 428-1660 

Prince** Atrne Station — Dial 426-6216 



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"Friendly «crvkc phu Qnany Prodndi" 

31st Street and BaHIc Avem 

Telephone GA 8-4232 Virginia Beach 



MAESTAS FUNERAL HOME 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 
PHONE 428-6121 



MURDEN DRUG CO., Inc. 

Prompt - Efficient Preacription'Serrlco 

Phone 340-81 1 1 2264 Va. Beach Blvd. 

FREE DELIVERY 



The "CONVERSE" Tennis Oxford For Men 
and Boys Is Available At 

HIRSCHLER'S SHOES 

Aragona Mkopping Center 
4848 Virghiia Beach BWd. 



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London Bridxe, Va. aad 

9Mh Street ft Arctic AymM 
VIrctata Bcack 



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Your Shopping Center 



CAVALIER GARAGE 

JWINNY DUDLEY 

Directly Behind Hotel 

Independently Oper^ed 
Holly Road ft Cavalier Dr. — 428-2131 



OCEANA CURB MARKET 

VIIIGINIA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEANA 

Country Cured Bacon, Hams & Shoalden 

Fresh Fruits, VeKetahlM, 

Groceries ft Meats 



W. A. WOOD, Inc. 

Coniini**ion Agent 
HMBhk OU ft Refinint C*. 

Fntl Oil and Keroseoa 
Dial GA 8-33S8 



FLOYD T. DEARY CO. 

ICK INIHJSTRIAL PARK ROAD 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VRGCVU 23C1 

ALL TYPES WELDING 

INIK^IIIIAL MACHINISTS PhoM 4Z8-2M1 



F. S. McCOY 




none 4284113 



McCOY OIL COMPANY 

Budget Payment Plan — Ken^qie — Fnel (M 
310 Vffgiaia Beach Blvd. Va. Beach, Va. 



PRESTON SHB.TON 




CUSTOM BUILDING 




Phone m-m» VkgUa Beach. 


Va. 



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• blOAl NOTICES 



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VmOINIA: , 

In Bie Clark's Office 61 the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Besdi on fte 12th day d May 
IMS. 

FALA CORPORATION, 
Complainant, 

V. 

OSOAR BLY (also known as AR- 
THUR BLY) and MADELINE 
BLY 

5629 Bryant Rodd 
Viiiginia Beach. Virginia 
CORA BLY, unmarried 
1304 Chapel Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 
L. P. BLY 
6430 Newtown Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
In jChuieery 
LYDIA BLY WATFORD and 

JOHNNY WATFX>RD 
5€29s Bryant Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
SOLOMON BLY, deceased 
LAURA BLY, Widow 
1625 Lawrence Street 
RlCHAiRD BLY (also known as 
RIiOHARD SUMNER), an infant 
1625 Lawrence Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 
MAUDE BLY MORGAN, 

Deceased 
WILLIAM H. BLY (also known as 

WILLIAM BLY MORGAN) 
5629 Bryant Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
ROSA BLY HAMLIN, unmarried 
239 Virginia Beach Boulevard 
Norfolk, Virginia 
VIRGIE JEAN MORGAN SUM- 
NER 
1625 Lawrence Street 
Baltimore, Maryland, and if they 
be dead, their surviving spouses, 
heirs-at-law, devisees or assigns, 
except those named above, 
whose names are unknown, their 
respective lien creditors, if any, 
and all other persons, who are 
or may be interested in the 
property to be partitioned in 
these proceedings, all the said 
parties being hereby proceeded 
against by the general descrip- 
tion of "PARTJES UNKNOWN." 
Defendants. 

Order of Publication 
The object of this suit is to par- 
tition the hereinafter described 
real property in one of the modes 
prescribed by law, to adjudicate 
the fee simple owners of said 
property; said land being situate 
in the CTty of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, and being more particularly 
descrfl)ed as follows, to-wit: 

ALL that certain tract, piece 
or parcel of land, situate, lying 
and being in the Bayside Borough 
of the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, on Bryant Road, and bound- 
ed and described as follows: 

BEGINNiING at a pin on the 
south*or west side of Bryant Road 
dividing the property herein de- 
scribed from that now or formerly 
of George Sparrow; thence from 
said point of beginning south 41° 
57'10" west 350.57 feet to a point; 
thence north 63° 12" 10" west 
148.40 feet to a pipe; thence north 
60° 46' 00" west 213.16 feet to a 
pin; thence north 63° 12' 10" west 
352.66 feet to a pin on the north 
side of Bryant Road; thence along 
the right of way of Bryant Road 
the following courses and distanc. 
es to the pfllint of beginning; 
thence north 66° 56' 30" east 106.(58 
feet to a point; tiience north 61° 
32' 50" east 4800 feet to a point; 
thence south 60° 10' 40" east 9344 
feet to a point; thence south 40° 
15' east 396.23 feet to a pin in the 
right of way of Bryairt Road, the 
point of beginning. 

An affidavit having been made 
that the following defendants are 
non-resklents of the Common- 
wealth of Virginia, and that their 
last known post office addresses 
are as follows; Laura Bly, 1625 
Lawrence Street, Baltimore, Mary- 
land; Richard Bly (a-ka Richard 
Sumner), 1625 Lawrence Street, 
Baltimore. Maryland, and Virgie 
Jean Morgan Sumner, 1625 Law- 
rarce Street. Baltimore, Mary- 
land, or if they be not living, 
their heirs, or any other persons 
who may have an interest in this 
.matter.. . « 

(FT IS ORDERED that the above 
named persons who are, or may 
be, interested in the property to 
be partitioned in these proceedings 
appear within ten <10) days after 
tiie piAlicatiMi of this order to do 
what may be necesS&ry to protect 
their respective interest. 

rr IS FURTHER ORDERED 
that a copy erf this Order be post- 
ed mi the front of the Courthouse 
of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beaoh, Virginia, not less 
than ten ( 10) days before applica- 
tion for the s^)po{ntment of a Com- 
iTO^kmer is made herein, and the 
copies of this Order be at the 
swne time mailed to the non-resi- 
dent drfendants at the Post Of- 
fice Address appearing in the af- 
fidavit. 

rr IS fTJRTIffiR ORDERED 
that the ahwe portion of this Or- 
der be pdWished once a wwk for 
four successive weeks in the Vir- 
gffiia Beach Sun. a newapapa- 
pii>lidMd m the City of Virginia 
BeacB. Virginia. 

Teste ^_^ 

J0l« V. rasmaSS, Oerk. 



• LIGAl NpnCi 

By: J. Qrtis Fruit, D.C._ 
Allen J. Gordon, p.q. 
4211 E. Indi^ River Road 
Chesapeake, Virginia 



5-194t 



• LfOAi NOnCB 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 19th day of May, 

ANGELA S. SISON, Plaintiff, 
against 

JUANITO SKON, Defendant. 
Order of PubUeation : • 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro to 
be later merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii horn the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of de- 
sertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: USS Wacam- 
maw, AO-109, FPO. New York, 
New York, it is order«i that he 
do appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary t* 
protect his interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
J. Peter Holland. III. p.q. 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-2641 

VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach on the 19th day 
of May. 1966. 
IN THE MATTER OF 
FRED J. BLOEMPOT AND 
MARY DAVIS MURRAY. AD- 
MINISTRATORS. C.T.A. OF 
THE ESTATE OF BL.'^NCHE 
ROSEBRO WH'ITMORE, DE- 
CEASED 

Show !Cause Order 
It appearing to the Court that 
a report of the accounts of Fred J. 
Bloempot and Mary Davis Mur- 
ray, ct.a. of the Estate of Blanche 
Rosebro Whitemore, deceased, 
and of the debts and demands 
against her estate has been filed 
in the Clerk's Office oi this Court, 
and that six months have elapsed 
since the qualification, on motion 
of said Fred J. Bloenjpot and 
Mary Davis Murray. Administra- 
tors, ct.a. of the Estate of 
Blanche Rosebro Whitmore, de- 
seased, it is 

ORDERED that the creditors of. 
and all others interested in the 
Estate of Blanche Rosebro Whit- 
more. ' deceased, do show cause, 
if any they can. on the 29th day 
of June. 1966. before this Court, in 
tts courtrown, against the pay- 
ment and delivery of the Estate of 
Blanche Rosebro Whitmore, de- 
ceased, to the devisees and lega- 
tees, without requiring refunding 
bonds. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 
that this Show Cause Order be 
published once a week for four 
successive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper havmg 
general circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Robert Lee Simpson 
Beach Theatre Building 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-2Mt 



^0*der of PuUkatton 

To: J. P. Phelps and Maud L. 
Phe^M, husband and wife (also 
known as J. P. ani Maude L. 
PWllips). Mrs. S. B. Dryden; Al- 
ice V. Dozier; Ann C. Davenport 
(also known as Anne C. Daven- 
port), 

You are hereby notified that 

(a) AH those certain lots, piece 
or parcels of land, located and sit- 
uated in the Virginia Beach Bor 
ough. City of Virginia Beach. Vir- 
ginia, and being known, number- 
ed and designated as Lots 27 and 
29. in Block 37; Lots 33 and 35, 
in Block 42; and Lots 5 and 7, in 
Block 68. on the plat entitled 
"Map of Shi«k)w Lawn Heights." 
made by Jdin M. Baldwm. C.E., 
and duly recorded in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, in Map 
Book 7, at Page 14; reference to 
whidi plat is hereby made for a 
more particular description of said 
lots; and 

(b) All those certaui lots, pieces 
or parcels of land located and 
situated in the Virginia Beach 
Borough, City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and being known, num- 
bered and designated as Lots 9 
and 10, in Block 139, on the map 
entitled "Plat of Ridgecrest," 
property of Virginia Beach Realty 
Corporation, made by Clodfeldcr 
and Schisler, Engrs., which map 
is duly recorded in the aforesaid 
Clerk's Office in Map Book 7, at 
Page 101; reference to which plat 
is hereby made for a more par- 
ticular description of said lots, 
were sold on the 5th day of De- 
cember, 1948 for delinquent taxes, 
levies, interest and costs to the 
Commonwealth of Virginia and ap- 
plication for the purchase thereof 
has been filed in this office. And 
it appearing from the records in 
this office that you are interested 
in said land, you are further noti- 
fied to appear in four months 
from the date of this notice and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect your interests. 

GIVEN under my hand this 11th 
day of May, 1966. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Kellam and Kellam 
115 N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia 'Beach Virginia 

5-19-41 



Servicemen In The News 

Pvt. Clifton P. Dau^itry. son oif VSCG, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy- 



Mr. and Mrs. Tim(rfhy Dau#try, 
4392 Bonney Road, has completed 
an Army ackninistration course at 
Fort Jackson. He was trained in 
management pf records and mili- 
tary correspondfflice. 

* * » 

A Master of Science degree in 
Mathematio's was presented to 
James L. Hickerson during the re- 
cent commencement exercises at 
Clemson University. Clemson, SC. 

<¥ * 

Dr. William A. Dickinson will 
be one of the distinguished speak- 
ers at the Annual Meeting of Vir- 
ginia Heart Association at Natural 
Bridge. He will lead the discussion 
"A New Approach in Saving 
Lives." telling of Intensive Car- 
diac Care Units in hospitals. 

* ♦ » 

Airman Lloyd 0. Williams, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Williams of 
1517 Ocean Garden Street, has 
been assigned to^ Castle AFB, 
Calif., after completing Air Force 
basic trairjng. The airman will be 
trained on the j* as an air po- 
liceman with the Strategic Air 

Command. 

* » ♦ 

U. S. Air Force Captain John J. 
Branncn has entered the Air Uni- 
versity's Squadron Officer School 
at Maxwell AFB, Ala. He is ac- 
companied by his wife, the former 
Rebecca B. Burbage. daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Braxton 0. Burbage 
Of 669 Kenneth Road, and their 
children. Jeanne, 6, John, 4. Lin- 
da. 3. and Robert. 18 months. 

* * * 

Boilerman 3/c Allen G. Greer. 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, Jwne t, 1966 



Page 9* 



LEGAL NOTICES 



Norfolk. Virginia 



6-94t 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

lin the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach on the 17th day of May. 
1966. 

Order of Publication 
MAGGIE IRENE BUTTS PARK- 
ER, Plaintiff, 
against 
LOUIS PARKER. SR. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
inoni from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: SFC. E7. Fir- 
ing Battery. 1st Missile Battalion,^ 
18th Artillery. Fort Sill. Okla- 
homa, it is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to 
p.rotect his interest in this suit. 

A c(^— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White. D.C. 
Fine. Fine, Legisn, Schwan & Fine 
Law Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

5-l»4t 



VIRGINU: 

In the Circuit Court of ttie 
City of Virginia Beach on the 1st 
day of June 1966, in the matter 
of the estate of 
HOWARD E. GIBBS. dece.ased. 
ORDER 

PT APPEARING TO THE 
COURT that a report of the ac- 
•Munts of the Executor of 'Howard 
E. Gibbs, Deceased, and of the 
debts and demands against the 
sai dstale, have been filed in the 
Clerk's Ofifice of this Cmri, and 
that more than six nwnths have 
elapsed since the qualification of 
Edna D. Gibbs and the Virginia 
National Bank of Norfolk, Exe- 
cutors of said, estate, on motion 
of the said Executors, it is 
ORDERED that the creditors of 
Howard E. Gibbs and of his es- 
tate, and any other persons who 
may be interested in said estate, 
do appear in the Court on the 
22nd day d July, 1966, and show 
cause against the payment and 
delivery of the estate, without 
refunding bonds, to those entitled 
thereto. 

It is further ORDERM) that a 
copy of this ORDER be published 
once a week for four consecutive 
week in the Virgmia Beach Sun. 
a newspaper having general 
circulation in the City of 
Vii^inia Beach. Virginia. 

1 ask for the entry of this Order: 

A copy— Teste: 

,K)H1N V. FraJTRESS, Clerk 

By: Mary M. White, D. C 
Tljomas C Broyles. 
Attorney for the estate of 
Howard E. GiW)S, Deceased. 

&2-4fr 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk'.s Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 3rd day of June, 

1966. 
ALICE' PEREZ RILEY. 

Plaintiff, 
against 
DAVID K. RILEY. Defendant. 
Order of Publication 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce A Mensa et Thoro 
from the said defendant. jjpon the 
grounds of wilful desertcbn. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: Pafron (VP) 
30. United States Naval Air Sta- 
tiirn, Jacksonville. Fla., it is or- 
dered that he do appear here with- 
in 10 I ten) days after due publi- 
cation here'of. and do what may 
be necessary to protect his inter- 
est in tnfs suit. 

A cqpy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 

B?: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Mr. Gordon E. Campbell. Atty. 
Virginia National Bank Bldg. 
Norfolk. Virginia 

6-Mt 



VIRGINU: 

In the Clerk's (Mfice of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach on the 11th day of May. 
1966. 
IN THE M^TTCR OF: 

A^^ication <rf Whiteacre, Inc. 
to the Ckwnmonwealth of Virginia 
for the purchase of Lots 27 ami 
29, in Bloc* 37; Lots 33 and ». 
in Kodt 42: Lots 5 and 7, in Block 
68. Map of Shadow Lawn Hei^, 
recorded in Map Book 7. at Page 
14: and Lots 9 and 10 in Bk>ck 
139, Plat of Rridgecrst, recorded 
in Mag B«* 7. at Page lOl. 



(XWVIMONWEALTH OF tVIRGINU 

la the Merit's Office of the Cir- 
cutt Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 31st day of May. 
1966. 
MARY ESTELL PRUnT. 
Plaintiff, 
gainst 
SYLVESriER JOSEPH PRUITT. 
Defendant. 

Orfer of PuWiMitlOT 
•Hie object of this suit is" to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matrimo- 
nii item the saW defendart. uwn 
^ ■founds of separation for over 
two years. 

And an aflidavit having been 
made and filed that the drfendant 
Is a nOTi-resid«>t of ttie Sate of 
Vh^nia. the last known post d- 
fice adct«s Hii^: Girdletree. 
Maryland, it s ordered fliat he 
do appe» here vwtWn ten (10) 
davs after Aie public^ion hereof, 
and <fe what nwy be necessarv 
to protect his intwe^ in tWs suit. 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN V^FENTRES. aerit. 
By: Marv M. WWte. DC. 
Amato, Babalas. Brcit. Cohen. 

RtrttO" & FrieAnan. p.q. 
SOO Hdieae Buikiaig 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach on the 2nd day of June. 
1966. 

EMMA ROBINSON WH.LIAMS, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

DAVID N. WILLIAMS, 
Defendant. 

Order of Publication 

The objwt of this suit is to ob- 
itain a divorce a vinculo matrimo- 
nii from the said defendant, upbn 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an afSidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-re-'Jdent of the State of 
Va.. the last known post office 
address teing: 549 West 144th 
Street, New York, New York, it is 
ordered that he do af^^ear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary tb protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. DC. 
Mr. Victor J. A^e. Atty. 
1134 Church Street 
Norfolk. Virginia 

6-94t 



ram J. Greer, 1316 Bradford 
Road, is aboard the Sll-foot Coast 
Guard Cutter Aibsecon, an ocean 
station vessel operating out of Nor- 
folk. 

* * * 

Electronics Technician 2/c 
James Speight. USN, sonNrf Mrs. 
Mildred J. Bradley of 3904 Heron 
Point Court, was promoted to his 
present rate while attending Pur- 
due University in Lafayette. In- 
diana, under the Navy Enlisted 

Scientific Education Program. 

* * * 

Seaman Recruit John J. Van 
Auken. USN, son of IMr. and Mrs. 
Merrill J. Van Auken of 5613 Ban. 
nock Road, has oMnpleted seven 
weeks of Navy basic training at 
the Naval Training Center, Great 

Lakes, Illinois. 

* ♦■ ♦ 

John Bacs, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Steven Bacs of 5233 Carolanne 
Drive, has been promoted to cap- 
tain in the U. S .Air Force. Cap- 
tain Bacs is a deputy missile com- 
bat crew commander at Davis- 
Monthan AFB, Ariz, and is a mem 

ber of the Strategic Air Command. 

* * <^ 

Airman Raymond E. Nethercutt 
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 
E. Nethercutt Sr. of 4809 S. Oliver 
Drive, has been selected for train- 
ing at Chanute AFB, 111., as an 
Air Force aircraft maintenance 

specialist. 

* * * 

Pfc. James W. Jones, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Leon A. Jones, 1326 Cen- 
terville Turnpike Road, recently 
arrived in Vung Tau, Vietnam. 
Jones, a grenadier in Company C, 
2d Battalion of the brigade's 14th 
Mantry. joins other 25th Division 

elements already in Vietnam. 

* * * 

Airman 2/c Louis T. Self, son 
of Mrs. W. D. Stocks of 4921 Clo- 
ver Street, has been graduated 
at Keesler AFB, Miss., from the 
training course for U. S- Air Force 
radar repairmen. 

« * * 
Navy Airman Apprentice Ken- 
neth E. Gibson, son of Lieutenant 
and Mrs. William E. Marckfeld 
of 4933 Floral Street, and John W. 
Whitaker. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. 
L. Whitaker of 625 E. Lynn Shores 
Circle, have been graduated from 
the Aviation Fundamentals School 
at the Naval Air Technical Train- 
ing Center, Memphis, Tenn. 

* ♦ ♦ 

Airman William D. Miles, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Mites 
of 1821 Sunrise Drive, has been se- 
lected for training at Lackland 
AFB. Tex., as an Air Force air 
pdiceman. 

* » • 

Airman William A. Brlce III. 
son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. 
Brice Jr. of 492 Woodstock Road, 
has been assigned to Langley 
AFB. after completing Air Force 
basic training. 

* * « 
Warrant Officer Candidates 

Thomas F. Auman and Thomas 
L. Ambs recently completed a 
heliw^ter pilot coiH^e at the Ar- 
my Primary Helicopter School. 
Fort Wolters. Tex. Auman is the 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Forrester C 
Auman of 2400 Windward 9v>re 
Drive; Ambs is the son <rf Mrs. 
Nora M. Ambs of 224 Gatewood 
Ave. They will undergo advanced 
flight training at the Army Avia- 
tion School. Fort Rucker. Ala., 
and upon completion will receive 
their appointment as warrant of- 
ficers. 

* * * 

Airman James L. Purvis, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil L. Purvis of 
Rt. 1 has been selected for techni- 
cal training at Sheppard AFB, 
Tex., as an U. S. Air Force air- 
craft maintenance specialist. 




VIRGINIA BEACH ... The Virginia Beach YWCA "Ladies Day Out " spring golf instruction ended 
Thursday at the Stumpy Lake Golf and Country Club with the graduation of 22 lady golfers. The classes, 
given by course pro Oarence Underwood and assistant pro Fred Hallman, began April 14 and were hdd 
evei7 Thursday for sfac weeks. Those there Thursday were Marty Hanson, Betty Erlandson, Arline Way^ 
ler. Theresa Graham, Norma Carhart, Mrs. T. H. Forester, Evelyn Tanner, Margie Boyd, Anne Boss, 
Anne Jet, Nancy Raymond, Joan Benzing, Doris Roive, Evelyn Doran, Helen White, Dcll Burlage, Emily 
Zimmerman, Helen Marconi, Margarate Cratch, Nan Holmes, Catherine Pepper and Evelyn Thomas. 
Pictured with members of the class are Halbnan, le.'t, ^and Underwood, right. (Staff photo by Moore) 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

The Virgin!? Beach Division of 
Police have in their po^ess'jon 31 
boy's and 22 girl's bicvcles, 2 
tricycles. fla^.l^^, wri^ watch, 
firearms and vmous odds md 
ends that wiH be si*ject to auc- 
titOTJ sale if not claimed before 
June 17, 1966. Persons who can 
give proof of ownership may re- 
port to police headquarters at 
Princess Aiine Station between the 
Hours of 8:00 am and 4 00 p.m. 
to make sudt claim. 

On FrWay. June 17. 1966. start- 
ing at 12 Noon in^ area between 
police headquarters and "tfie Coi>rt 
House Fire Dcojfftmert, al arti- 
cles not claimed wiU be 9>\i at 
public aasiggi t^ the Department 

of Pi^lic Safety. 

BUREAU W SAFITY 
Reeves E. .Maiaim. CSiief 



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Homeowners! 
You can Get 

$1,000 
to $10,000 

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Rose Culture 

BIROMOOD GARDENS-Sum- 
mer culture of roses was the topic 
by guest speaker. Charles Turrisi, 
member of the Tidewater Rose 
Society at the recent horticulture 
clinic, held at the h<wne of Mr. 
and Mrs. Edward Tippo in Birch- 
wood. 

He stressed the point that rose 
beds should be kept clean at aH 
times, take off the ^pent blooms, 
and clean beds of fallen leaves 
so that diseased spores on the 
leaves wiH not infect the rest 
of the plants. 

It is also important to spray 
early in the morning, lessening 
the injury to foliage, to prune 
roses by cutting out dead canes, 
crossed canes and diseased canes. 
After pruning, cover cuts larger 
than the size of a pencil with a 
pruning material that is sold in 
all local ruirseries and hardware 
stores. 

Sfway regularly for black spot, 
miikkw, ai^iids. and other insects. 
Water regularly, and if leaves 
show a yellowing, it mi^t be a 
lack of iron. Iron chelate placed 
at the base of the plant will be 
of help to overcome this lack. 

Attending the clinic were Mrs. 
Th<Mrtas Betz, Mrs. Peter Marx, 
Mrs. Malcolm Kelly. Mrs. ThcMtias 
Boyes. Mrs. Donald Harvey, and 
guests Mrs. Ethel Young and Mrs. 
Pearly Turrisi. 

Mrs. Howard Davis was hostess 
for the occasion. 



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If you're ever in oar Wards Catrax 
Office you're Hire to see the smiling face of 
Bill Draper. 

Bill's g<^ a kA to smfle about 
A i(^ he likes. And a wonderful family 
complete with four children and a charming 
wife. Bill and his family are members of the 
Deep Oeek Btqitist Church. His leisure 
l4ea«ffes include photography and 
vKMrking around his yard. 

Bill's previous banking experience wis 
invaluabk to him when he joined SeabMrd in 
January of 1964. And in June of the same 
year be was made an Assistant Cashier. 
Young men like Bill make our future 
secure. . . keep our customers happy. 
Bill is always on hand to help you get 
a loan. . .open a checking account. Or simply 
get some good advice. If you need either 
one. . .why <tont you come in uid 
aak for Bill I^aper? Hell api»cciate it 







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Vh^g^tMch SUN, lliursday, June 9, 1966 



P W i. M 



• UQALNOfit^ 



k *t (^1 OKee tf the 
Onm OMt il l» Cky of Vir 

I^Mitt »e M tey or 

SMIi RKHWAY OQMMIfiR^ 
K OrVaOMA. PctMMier, 

UXA JANi MmGAN, Widow 
«BMlMkllMd 
VhtfriaBMdi. Virgiiiia 
mOLY feUlNB MQilGAN. 



4M WtfiA 9m SUvul 
Nnitilt. Vii|inia 



E. TVBSVON, 



• UdALNdtlCIS 



Ol Kntaedc Road 
Virgh^ Beach, Virgiiua 
CLARENCE M. MORGAN aad 
GRACE L MORGAN, his wife 
4U Birdnedi Cirde 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
\IIIIILIAM J. MORGAN and 
MARGARET MORGAN, his wife 
1310 E. Brandideton Avenue 
Norfolk, ^ir^a 
LOLA M. GORDAN and 
tOOBEm lEE G<»a)Al;, her 

husband 
1125 Old Virginia Beach Road 
W^ginia Beach, Virginia 
ISABEUE M. KING, Divorced 
153 Birdoeck Road 
Vir^nia Beach, Vh'ginia 
ALfltED B. MORGAN and 
ETHEL A. MORGAN, his wife, 
1117 Old Virgirpa Beach Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
JOHNSON MORGAN, Widower 
c/o Russell Morgan 
445 N. Birdneck Road 
Virginia Bea<;h, Virginia 
SS^SEOD GOfFlGAN, 

unmarried 
14M Great Nedc Road 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 
MARY H. WHITEmJRSr, Widow 
968 Great Nedc Road 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 
ELIZABETH mXJHES MALBON, 

unmarried 
1432 Great Ne<k Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
RUSSELL MORGAN and 
LEUAN MORGAN, his wife 
445 N. Birdneck Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
JOHNSON MORGAN and 
HATTIE MORGAN, his wife 
c/o Mrs., Lora Spence 
14Z1 Palmotto Avenue 
Vii^ia Bead), Virginia 
EI3M0ND E. MORGAN and 
SORA MORGAN, his wife 
215 South Birdneck Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
HELEN I. MORGAN. 
INEZ IREJ® MWWAN. 
ENOCH F. MWIGAN. 
AGUSTTA MORGAN, 
WAYM<W MORGAN, 
MHDRED MORGAN, and if they 
be dead, their heirs at law, dev- 
isees or assigns, except those 
naned above, wHose names are 
uriofiown. and their respective 
]iea creditors, if any there be, 
and all other persons who are 
or may be interested in the 
property to be cmidanncd in 
these proceedings, all of said 
parties being hereby proceeded 
against by the general descrip- 
tion of "Parties Uricnown," 
Defendants. 

,0i4cr of PnbUcatloB 
The object <rf this surt is for the 
petitioner to acquire by condem- 
bation tbe fr^ ST^ple title, includ- 
ing but not limited to, all ease- 
ln«its of access, i^t and" air, in- 
cident to the lands abuUing upon 
»aid property taken for a linnited 
Access h^wi^ay. and upon any 
ranps. loops or connections at or 
%wth intersectii^ higbways. and 
all rights of ingress and egress 
to and from H^ said road, said 
parcel of land to be taken being 
described as follows: 

Being as shown on Sheet '503-15 
of tbe plans to be used for Route 
44. St«e Highway Project 0044- 
134-101, RW«1. and lying on the 
north (tefi> side of Toll Road cen- 
lerline and adjacent to the exist- 
ing east jroperty line of Ambrose 
Bufonl from the land of AnArose 
Buford ofiposite approximate sta- 
tion 0M {jus 16 to the lands of 
WatSQB &-aJrton opposite approxi- 
mate St^on 604 pkis 72 and con- 
tainii* 0047 acre, more or less, 
land; and being a part of the 
same laai acquired by the land- 
owner fran Anias Hughes by deed 
dated Mart* 6. ISB. aid recDrd- 
^ in Deed Book 131. Page 316. 
in the ofBce of the Clerk rf the 
Circuit Court of the Ctty of Vir- 
giflia Beach. 

Tin ^Km pai^M aa* n«^ 
DoUfiod USt the Stale Hi^ay 
Couanlwlonn- of Virginia wiH on 
the 1*1 d«y of June. 1966. at 
IfiOO o-dock AM., or as soon 
ttao-o^tf tf counsel may be 
heari more the Judge of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
B«aoh. «* ^ CourthooK^ Prin- 
om Imit. fer the appoiataent 
of CiHMiiriaaen to ascertain 
«Mch wtt coKtii^ Ju^ oxn- 
pcfBiUBB hr the tank Above de- 
scribid Moving to ym, wfaidi 
(bt Stale H^iway Commissiooer 
to coDdeoia for the loc*- 



tim, ooitertruitfta, Q|>cttatkiu and 
tnaintensnce of State Hi^ay 
Route 44. Project 0144-134-101, RW- 
». in the City of Vlifinia Beadi, 
Virgiaia: s^id pHt!«l being as 
rficmm on pl^ shMts ^Atached to 
the Petition this day {led in the 
aiwve ^led cauoe; and to award 
damages, V any. resultii^ to tbe 
adjacent and other pr(^)«1y of 
the owAfl-s, beyond the e^nce- 
nient in value which may accrue 
to said {woperty as a result of 
tl» location, constructiom, opera- 
tkn and maintenance of said hi^ 
««y. Tlie owaershlp. location and 
description of the property to be 
coodemsied and the natiH>e of the 
constructkm and the location of 
said hi^way will fuHy appear by 
reference to said Potion and ex- 
hfljits on file in the Cleric's Office 
of the said Circuit Court of the 
CSy of Virginia Beach. 

Affidavit having been made that 
Helen I. Morgan, Inez Irene Mor- 
gan. Enoch F. Morgan, Agustia 
Morgan, Wa^tnon Morgan and 
Mildred Morgan are njt residents 
of the State of Virginia, after due 
diligence on the part of the peti- 
tioner to ascertain in what County 
or Corporation the said Helen I. 
Morgan, Inez Irene Morgan, 
Enoch F. Morgan, Agustia Mor- 
gan, Waynsxi Morgan and Mil- 
dred Morgan reside, without ef- 
fect, and the heirs at law or dev- 
isees or assigns, if any, of the 
said Helen I. Morgan. Inez Irene 
Morgan, Enoch F. Morgan, Agus- 
tia Morgan, Waymon Mo-j-^an and 
Mildred Morgan being unknown. 
and their respective lien creditors 
and all other parties interested in 
these proceedings being .unknown 
to. the petitioner who lys been 
unable to determine their names 
and addresses after due diligence 
upon his part to do so, all of said 
parties are proceeded against un- 
der the general de;scription of 
"Parties Unknown." 

It is acrerdingly ORDERED 
that the abave named persons 
who are or may be interested in 
the prrcerty to be condemned in 
tnese proceedings appear within 
ten (10> days after due publication 
of this Order and da what may 
be necessary to protect ^eir in- 
terest. 

It is further ORDERED that 
this 0.lier be^, published once a 
week for two (2) successive weeks 
in the Virgima Beach Sun, a 
newspaper published in the City 
of Virginia BeaeK and that a copy 
of this Order oe posted at the 
front door of the Courthouse of 
the Circuit Court of tbe City of 
Vdrginia Beach. 

A Copy— T«te: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

6-9-2t 



LEGAL NOTICES 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



A. 



VIRGINIA: 

In tl» Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach on the 31st day of 
May. 1966. 

STATE HliTWAY COMMISSION- 
ER OF VIRGINIA, Petitioner, 
v. 
COURTNEY STORMONT and 
BUEL.\H STORMO.NT. hii wife 
1401 Crystal Parkway 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
VIRGLMA H. STORMONT, widow 
20e 28lh Street 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 
DAVID STORMONT." TH. and 
VIRGINIA T. STOR.MON'T, 

his wife 
110 Bobolink Drive 
Birdneck Point 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 
HENRIETTA STORMONT SALE 
and A. F. S.\LE. her husband 
Sale Farm \ 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
TOOM.\S CHESilRE GARRETT. 

marital status unknown 
1052 West 36th Street 
Norfolk. Virginia 
FR\NK GARRETT, unmarried 
Box 78. Route No. 3 
Vn^nia Beach. Virginia 
BUTORD E. BERRY. RODERICK 
P. GARRETT. DOYLE G. BER- 
RY, JULIAN GARRETT. EV- 
ERETT S. BERRY, FANNIE 
STORMONT DUNCAN. JACK 
DINC.\N. HEN-RIETTA G 
PENNINGTON. K.\THERINE 
JAN-E GARRETT GILLION. and 
if they be dead, their surviving 
spouses, heirf at law. devisees 
or assigns, except those named 
above, whose names are un- 
known, and their respective lien 
creditors, if any there be. and 
all other persons who are or 
may be interested in the {Mxiper- 
ty to be condemned in these 
proceedings, all »f said oarlies 
being hereby proceeded against 
by the general description of 
"Parlies Unknown.'" Defendants 

Ordw of Poblfcsatloii 
The object of this aiit is for the 
petitioner to acquire by ccndem- 
nation the fee simple title, inc'ud- 
mg but not limited to. all ease- 
ments of acces, l^t and air. in- 
cident to the lands aiMjtting i^xm 
said iroperty taken for a lunitel 
access highway, aad upon any 
raE^s. loops <»- c(xuiectioi3> at sm 



with intersecting hi^tways, and 
all ri^Ua of iqgress and egress 
to and from die said road, aaid 
ptovd of iMd to be talm beii^ 
deso-Bwd as follows: 

B^lg as showm on Sieet S03-18 
of the jiexa to be used for Route 
44. »ale Hi^may Project 0044- 
m-»l, R-W 2n, and lying on 
both skies of the toH road east 
boiffid lane survey liiu and adja- 
cent to the north property Ifaie of 
Harry R. Sntiith from the kotda of 
NelUe I9ieen aft apprcncknete Sta- 
tbn 619 plus 74.79 to the lands of 
A. F. Sale at approximate Sta- 
tHHi 021 plus 12.63, and containing 

783 acre, nwne or less, land. 
The above parties are hereby 

notified Aat tire State M^ay 
Commissi<«er of Virginia wil on 
the 24th day of June. 1906. at 
10:00 Cdock A.M.. or as soon 
thereafter as counsel may be 
heard, move the Judge of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Vk^inia 
Beach, at the Courthouse ^ Prin- 
cess .\nne, for the appointment 
of Commissioners to ascertain 
which will constitute just com- 
pen.«ation for the lands above de- 
scribed belonging to you, which 
the State Highway Commissions 
proposes to condemn for the loca- 
tion, construction, operation and 
maintenance of State Highway 
Roule 44, Project 0044-134-101, RW- 
201, in the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; said parcel being as 
flhowTi on plan sheets attached to 
the Petition this day filed in the 
above styled cause; and to award 
damages, if any, resulting to the 
adjacent and other property of 
the owners, beyond the erfiance- 
ment in vadue which may accrue 
to said property as a result of 
the location, construction, opera- 
tion and maintenance of said hi^- 
way. The ownership, location and 
description of the property to be 
condemned and the nature of the 
construction "and the location of 
said highway will fully appear by 
reference to said Petition and ex- 
hibits on file in the Clerk's Office 
of the said Circuit Court of the 
Ciity of Virginia Beach. 

Affidavit having been made that 
Buford E. Berry, Roderick P. Gar- 
rett, Doyle G. Berry, Julian Gar- 
rett, Everett S. Berry, Fannie 
Stormont Duncan, Jack Duncan. 
Henrietta G. Pennington, and 
Kathcrine Jane Garrett Gillion 
are not residents of the State of 
Virginia, after due diligence on 
the part of the petitioner to ascer- 
tain in what County or Corpora- 
tion the said Buford E. Berry, 
Roderick P. Garrett, Doyle G. 
Berry, Julian Garrett, Everett S. 
Berry, Fannie Stormont Duncan. 
Jack Duncan. Henietta G. Pen- 
nington, and Kathcrine Jane Gar- 
rett Gillion reside, without effect, 
and the heirs at law or devisees 
or assigns, if any, of the said Bu- 
ford E. Berry, Roderick P. Gar- 
rett, Doyle G. Berry, Julian Gar- 
rett, Everett S. Berry, Fannie 
Stormont Duncan, Jack Duncan. 
Henrietta G. Pennington, and 
Kathcrine Jane Garrett Oillion 
being unkown. and their respect- 
ive lien creditors and all other 
parties interested in these pro- 
ceedings being unknown to the 
pclitioner who has been unable to 
determine their names and ad- 
dresses after due diligence upon 
his part to do so. all o^ .'^aid par- 
ties are proceeded against under 
the general description of "Parties 
Unknown." 

It is accordingly ORDERED 
that the above named persons 
who are or may be interested in 
tlie pri I rty to be condemned in 

1 these proceedings appear within 
I ten 1 10 1 days after due publicatdoc 
; of this Order and do what may 
j be necessary to protect their in- 
terest. 

I It is fiulher ORDERED that 
■ Oris Order be published once a 
week for two (2) successive \teeks 
in the Virgima Beach Sun. a 
newspaper published in the City 
cf Virginia Beach, and that a copy 
of this Order be posted at the 
front door of the Court!t»u.^e of 
the Circuit Court cf the City of 
Virginia Beach. 
A Cspv— Teste; 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 
Bv: J. Curtis Fruit, DC. 

6-9-2t 

VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of Vir- 
ginia Bi^ich on the 31st day of 
Mav. 198fi. 

ST.\TE HIG1W.\Y COMMISSION- 
ER OF VIRGINIA, Pclitioner. 

V. 

MARGARET CORNICK 

6516 Ne\^'tir*n Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

GEORGE CORNICK. and if he be 
dead, his heirs at law. devisees 
or assigns, exc^t those named 
above, whose naanes are un- 
known, and their respelive lien 
creditors, if any there be. and 
[ all other per;"ons who are or 
may be interested in the proper- 
ly to be condemned in thtse fro- 
I cecdings. ail of said parties be- 
VP2, hereby jwocwded against by 
ihe general description of 'Par- 
ties Uoka^Aii," DefeodanU. 



Or4er of Pnblkaioii 

The (*ject of this su* b tor the 
petitioner to acquire by condem- 
nation the fee simple tttie, includ- 
mg but not limited to, aB ease- 
m«jts of access, l^t and air, in- 
ckkftt to tbe lands abutting iK)on 
said property taken for a limited 
access highway, and upon any 
ramps, loops or connections at or 
with interse<^ng highways, and 
all ri/.ta of ingress and egress 
to and from the said road, said 
parcel of land to be taken bang 
described as fdlows: 

PARCEL "A": Being as shown 
on Sheet 501-6 of the plans to be 
used for Route 44, State Highway 
Project 0044-134-101, RW-201, and 
lying on the north left side of 
Toll Road centerline and adjacent 
to the north property line of Rose- 
lee C Parker from the lands of 
Roselee C. Parker (^jposite ap- 
proximate Station 45 plus 39 to 
the lands of Roselee C. Parker op- 
posite approximate Station 46 plus 
06, and containing 0,056 acre, more 
or less, land. 

PARCEL "B": Being as shown 
on Sheet 501-7 of the said plans, 
and lying on the southeast right 
side of Relocated Newtown Road 
centerline and adjac«it to the 
existing southeast right ol way 
line of Newtown Road from the 
lands of Roselee C. Parker oppo- 
site approximate Station 30 plus 
79 to the lands of Roselee C Par- 
ker , cfposite approximate Station 
31 plus 19, and containing 0010 
acre, more or less, land. 

PARCELS "A" AND "B" toge- 
ther contain 0,065 acre, more or 
less, land. 

PARCEL "C": A perpetual 
easement and right of way for the 
construction, operation and main- 
tenance of power line facilities, in- 
cluding any and all necessary at- 
tachments and aippurtenances 
thereto, along and contiguous to 
the proposed south right of way 
line of Newtown Road, from oppo- 
site aipproximate Station 30 plus 
79 to opposite aipproximate Station 
31 plus 19. 

The above parties are hereby 
notified that the State Highway 
Commissiont of Virginia will on 
the 24th day of June, 1966, at 
10:00 o'clock AM., or as soon 
thereafter ..as counseJ may be 
heai I me I • the Judge of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, at the Courthouse at Prin- 
cess Anne, for the aippointment 
of Commissioners to ascertain 
which will constitiite just com- 
pcnsi-|>n for the lands above de- 
scribed belon^V? to you, which 
the State Highway Commissioner 
proposes to condemn for the loca- 
tion, construction, opera'tion and 
maintenance of State Highway 
Route 44, Project 0044-134-101, RW- 
201, in the Oi^ of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; Said parcel being as 
sihown on plan sheets attached to 
the Petition this day filed in the 
above styled cause; and to award 
damages, if any, resulting to the 
adjacent and other property of 
the owners, beyond the enhance- 
'."nent in value which may accrue 
to said property as a result of 
'the location, construction, opera- 
tion and madntCTtance of said high- 
way. The owner^ip, location and 
description of the prqperty to be 
condemned and the nature of the 
construction and the location of 
said highway will fully appear by 
reference to said Petition and ex- 
hibits on file m the Clerk's Office 
of the said Circuit Court of the 
CJty of Virginia Boach. 

Affidavit having been nnade that 
George Oornick is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, after /je 
diligence on the part of the peti- 
tioner to ascertain in what Coun- 
ty or Corporation thef said party 
resides, without effect, and the 
heirs at law, devisees or assigns, 
if any, of the said George Cor- 
nick. and their respective lien 
creditors and aB other parties in- 
terested in these proceedings be- 
ing unknowTi to the petitioner who „„ „.• „ » ■ i.. , 
has been unable to determine their ' Tl K^t 'f^ "^ ^'^^ ^'"^ "■ 
names and addresses after due I ?""''"^''' "^^"^ ^' approximate 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

STATE HIGHWAY 00MMB5SION- 
ER GP V!RGINL\, Petitioner, 

V. 

EMILY ELAINE MORGAN, 

»ngle 
409 West send Stre^ 
Norfolk, Vii^nia 
MAROUERriE E. PRESTON, 

Widow 
431 Birdneck Road 
Virgima Beach, Virginia 
INEZ IRENE MORGAN and HEI^ 

EN I. MCMIGAN, and if they be 
dead, their heirs at law, devi- 
see or assigns, whose names 
are unknown, and their respect- 
ive lien creditors, if any there 
be, whose names are unknown, 
and all other persons who are or 
may be interested in the prop- 
erty to be condemned in these 
proceedings, whose names are 
unknown, all of said paries be- 
ing hereby proceeded against by 
the general description of "Par- 
ties Unknown," Defendants. 

I Order of PubUcatton , , 
The object of this suit is for the 
petitioner to acquire by condan- 
natiMi the fee simple title, includ- 
ing but not limited to, all ease- 
ments of access. Ight and air, in- 
ckient to the lands abutting upon 
said [ffoperty taken for a limited 
access highway, and upon any 
ramps, loops or connections at or 
with intersecting highways, and 
all rights of ingress and egress 
to and from the said road, said 
parcel of land to be taken being 
described as follows: 

PARCEL A— Being as shown on 
Sheet No. 503-15 of the plans to 
be used for Route 44. State High- 
way Project 0044-134-101, RW-201, 
and lying on both sides of Ramip 
"A" centerline and adjacent to the 
east property line of Watson Brax- 
ton from the lands of Johnson 
Morgan at approximate Station 18 
plus 04 to the lands of Watson 
Braxto^ at approximate Station 18 
.plus 65, and containing 0.162 acre, 
more or less, land; and being a 
part of the same land acquired 
by the landowner from Hattie 
Hughes and Shepard Coffigan by 
deed dated July 15, 1940, and re- 
corded in Deed Book 211, Page 
135, in the office of the Clerk of 
the Circuit Court til the City cf 
Virginia Beach. 

PARCEL B— Being as shown .on 
Sheet No. 503-15 of the said plans 
and lying on both sides df the 
Ramip "A'' centerline and adja- 
cent to the north property line of 
Lola Jane Morgan from the lands 
of Lola Jane Morgan at approxi- 
mate St 'i' ion 15 plus 83 to the 
lands of Isabelle Morgan King at 
approximate Station 16 plus 84, 
and containing 0.35 acre, more or 
less, land; and being a part of 
the same land acquired by the 
landowner from Enoch Morgan 
and Lola Jane Morgan, by Deed 
dated January 20, 1908, and re- 
corded in Deed Book 90, Page 105, 
in the office of the Clerk of the 
Circuit Court of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

PARCEL C— Being as shown on 
Sheet No. 503-15 of the said plans 
and lying on the west (left) side 
of Seatack Road baseline and ad- 
jacent to the existing west right of 
way line of Seatack. Road from 
the lantis o^f Virginia Beach School 
Board opposite approximate Sta- 
tion 8 \lus 17 to the lands of 
Marguerite E, Pneston opposite 
approximate Station 9 plus 10 and 
containing 0.481 acre, more or 
less, land; and being all of the 
same land acquired by the land- 
owner from Enoch Moiigan and 
Lola J. Morgan, husband and wife, 
bj- Deed dated January 20, 1908, 
and recorded in Deed Book 90, 
Page 105, in the office of the Clerk 
of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach. 

P.\RCEL D-Being as shown on 
Sheet No. 503-15 of the said plans 
and lying on both sides of the 
Toll Road centerline and adjacent 
to the existing east right of way 
line of Birdneck Road, from the 



diligence upon his part to do so, 
all of said parties are proceeded 
i^inst under the general descrip- 
tion of "Parties Unlaiown," 

It is accordingly ORDERED 
that the above .named persoiis 
who are or may be interested in 
the prcporty to be condemned in 
these proceedings appear within 
ten (101 days after due publication 
of this Order and do what may 
be necessary to Frotccl their in- 
tere^. 

It is hmher ORDERED that 
this Order be published once a 
week for two '2i successive weeks 
in the Vh-glnia Beach Sun. a 
newspaper published in. the CRy 
of Virginia Beach, and that a copy 
of this Order be pasted at the 
front door of the Courihoure of 
the Circuit Court cf the City <rf 
VirgirJa Beach. 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. DC. 

6-»-2t 



Station 612 plus 95, to the existing 
west right of way line of Terrapin 
Road at approximate Station 613 
plus 48, and containing 0.197 acre, 
more or less, land: and being all 
of the same land acquired by the 
landowner frmn D. Stormont and 
V, A, Stormont bv Deed dated 
October 9, 1905, and recorded in 
Deed Book 76, Rage 425, in tlie 
office af the Clerk of the Circuit 
Court cf the City of Virginia 
Beach. 

Parcels A. B, C, and D togeth- 
er contain 1.190 acre, more or 
l^s. land. 

The above parties are hereby- 
notified that the State Highway 
Commissioner of Virginia will on 
the 24th day of June. 1966, at 
10:00 o'clock A.M., or as soon 
thereafter as counsel may be 
heard, move the Judge of the Cir- 
cuit C(Hirt of the City of Virginia 
Beach, at the Courthouse at Prin- 



• LEGAL NOTICB 

maintafiBwe of State Hi^nvay 
Route 44, Project 004+-134-1O1, RW- 
201, in the G^ of Virgkia Beach, 
Virginia; said parcel being as 
shown on pJan sheets attached to 
the Petition this day fiiled in the 
above styled cause; amd to award 
damages, if any, resulting to the 
adjacent and other property of 
the owners, beyond the enhance- 
ment in value which niay accrue 
to said property as a result of 
the location, construction, opera- 
tion and maintenance of said hi^- 
way. Ttie ownership, location and 
d^r^on of tbe property to be 
^ condemned asd the nature of the | 
constrixHion and the location of 
said highway will fuUy appear by 
reference to said Petition and ex- 
\Mis on file in the Clerk's Office 
(A the said Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach. 

Alfkiavit having b^n made that 
Inez Irene Morgan and Helen I. 
Morgan are not residents of the 
State of Vu^nia, after due dili- 
gence on the part of the petition- 
er to ascertain in what County or 
Corporation the said Inez Irene 
"Morgan and Helen I. Morgan re- 
side, without effect, and the heirs 
at law, or devisees or assigns, if 
any, cf the said Inez Irene Mor- 
gan and Helen I. Morgan being 
unknown, and their respective lien 
creditors and all other parties in- 
terested in these procedings being 
unknown to the petitioner who has 
been unable to determine their 
names and addresses after due 
diligence upon his part to do so, 
all of the said parties are pro- 
ceeded against under the general 
description of "Parties Unknown." 

lit is accordingly ORDERED 
that the above named persons 
who are or may be interested in 
the prcfcrty to be condemned ip 
these prcceedings appear within 
ten ( 10) days after {'7 3 publication 
of this Order and do what may 
be necessary to protect their in- 
terest. 

It is further ORDERED that 
this Order be published once a 
week for two (2)^ccessive weeks 
in the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper published in the City 
of Virginia Beach, and that a copy 
of this Order be posted at the 
fiHjnt door cf the Courtthouse of 
ithe Circuit Court of the City of 
Viirginda Beach. 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
6-9-2t 

VIRGINIA : 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach on the 31st day of 
Mav. /66. 

STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION- 
ER OF VIRGINIA, Petitioner 

V. 

JOHN W. CAKE, JR. and 
SHmLEY R. CAKE, his wife, 
901 N. Lynnhaven Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
HELLEN CAKE FUTCH and 
THOMAS W. FUTCH, her husband 
209 W. McGinnis Circle 
Norfolk, Virginia 
DAVID V. CAKE and 
LILIA H. CAKE, his wife 
1204 Country Club Road 
Newport News, Virginia 
JOSEPH E. BEARD and 
JOYCE MYERS BE.\RD. his wife 
Fairfax County Agent's Office 
Fairfax. Virginia 
MARY CAKE PAXSON and 
FINLEY I. PAXSON, her husband 
112 S. Lynnhaven Road 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 
GEORGE R. CAKEf JR. and 
DOROTHY F. CAKE, his wife 
209 W. McGinnis Circle 
Norfolk, Virginia 
MARCUS P. C.\KE, a minor 
c 'o Mrs. Thomas D. Futch 
209 W. McGinnis Circle 
Norfolk, Virginia 
EDWIN W. CAKE ahd DOROTHY 
S. C.\KE, his wife, and if they 
or either of them be dead, his or 
their heirs at law, or devisees, 
and lien creditors of the persons 
herein mentioned, if any there 
be. and all other persnns- having 
an interest in the property to 
be condemned in these proceed- 
ings, whose names are unknown, 
all of said persons are hc-reby 
proceeded against under the gen- 
eral description cf "Parties Un- 
known," Defendants. 

I>rder of Publication ^ 
The abject of this suit is for tlie 
petitioner to acquire by ccndsm- 
nation the fee simole title, includ- 
ing but not limited to. all ease- 
menl-s of access. !ght and air. in- 
cident to the lands, abutting upon 
said property taken for a limited 
access highway, and upon any 
ramps. loo;:s or coflneclions at or 
wnlh intersecting highways, and 
all rights of ingress and egress 
to and f/ mj the said road, said 
parcel of land to be taken being 
described as foilows; 
PARCEL A — Being as showTi 



LEGAL NOTICES 



VIRGINIA: 

In tte aerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of tlie City <rf Vir- 
gmia Beacfa <» tbe Slat day of 
Hay, 19SS. 



of C«nmissioners to ascertain 
which will ccnstftute just com- 
'^pensation for the lands above de- 
scribed betonging to you. wtich 
the State H^way Cormnissionw 
proposes to condann Ix the ioca- 



ccss Anne, for the aRJoimmei^i on Sheet No, 5C2-16 of the plans 



to be used for Route 44, State 
Highway Project 0044-134-101 RW- 
201. and lying on the cast < right' 
side of Mapleton Road centerline 
I Route 8¥|i and adjacent to the 
exi5tir.g eMt right of wav line of 



tion, coastructiofi, operation and Moj^eton from th« iand^ oi tbe 



landowner opposite approximate 
Station 7 dus 15 to the lands of 
Smiley H." Chow, et ux, oppoate 
apuM'oximate Statwn 14 plus 35 
and containing 120 acre, more or 
less, land; and being a part of 
the same land acquired by the 
landowner from Louis S. Martin 
and Eudora Martm by Deed dated 
July 1, 1912, aad recorded in Deed 
Book 88, page 579, in the Office 
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court 
of tbe City of Virginia Beach. 

PARCEL B — A perpetual easQ^ 
ment and right of way for the 
construction, operation and main- 
tenance of power line facilities, in- 
cludmg any and all necessary at- 
tachments and appurtenances 
thereto, along and contiguous to 
the proposed south right of way 
line cf said road from opposite 
approximate Station 12 plus 48 to 
ofiposite approximate Station 12 
plus 68. 

The abci-f; parties are hereby 
notified that the State Higbway 
Commissioner oi Virginia will on 
the 24th day of June, 1966, at 
10:00 o'clock AM., or as soon 
thereafter as counsel may be 
heard, move the Judge of the Cir- 
cuit Couft of' the City of Virginia 
Beach, 'at the Courthouse at Prm- 
cess Anne, f.'^r the appointment 
of Comniiiissioners to ascertain 
which will constitute just eom- 
pensation for the lands above de- 
scribed belonging to you, which 
the Stale Highway Commissioner 
proposes to condemn for the loca- 
tion, construction, . operation and 
maintenar.ce of State Highway 
Route 44, Project 0044-134-101, RW- 
201, in the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; said parcel being as 
shown on plan sheets attached to 
the Petition this day fM in the 
above styled cause; and to award 
damages^ it any, resulting to the 
adjacent ;ind other property of 
the owners, beyond the enhance- 
ment in value which may accrue 
to said property as a result of 
the location, construction, opera- 
tion and maintenance of said high- 
way. The ownership, location and 
description of the pjx)per'ty to t)e 
condemned and the nature of the 
construction and the location of 
said hif^way will fully aippear by 
reference to said Petition and ex- 
hibits on file in the Clerk's Office 
of the siiid C'ircuit Court of the 
City of Virgi'.^a Beach. 

Affidavit having been made that 
Edwin W. Cake and Dorothy S, 
Cake, his wife, are not residents 
of the State of Virginia, after due 
diligence on the part of the peti- 
tioner to ascertain in what Coun- 
ty or Corporation the said Edwin 
W. Cake and Dorothy S, Cake, his 
w;ife, re5ide, without effect, and 
the heirs at law or devisees or as- 
signs, if any, of the said Edwin 
W, Cake and Dorothy S. Cake, his 
wife, being unknown, and their 
refipective lien creditors and all 
other parties interested in these 
prrceedirgs being unknown to the 
petitioner who has been unable 
to determine their names and ad- 
dresses after due diligence upon 
his part to do so, all of said par- 
ties are proceeded again-t under 
the general description of "Parties 
Unknown." 

It is accordingly ORDERED 
that tlie above named persons 
who are or may be interested in 
the prLijicily to be condemned in 
these proceedings apipcar witliin 
ten 110 1 flays after due publication 
(ff this Order and do what may 
be necessary to protect their in- 
terest. 

It is further ORDERED that 
this Order be published once a 
week for two (2i successive weeks 
in the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper pubHshed in the City 
cf Virginia Beach, and that a copy 
of this Order be posted at the 
front door of the Courthouse of 
the Circuit Court of the City of 
Viirgiria Beadi, 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V, FENTRESS. Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

6-9-2t 

VIRGINTAT"^ 
In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court' ol the City of Vir- 

gmia Beach on the 31st day of 

May, 1966, 

STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION- 
ER OF VIRGINIA, Petitioner. 

V. 

JOHN E, CL.'\RKSON, AncUlary 
Administrator of the Estate of 
MICH.\EL D.\NEO, Deceased, 
Virginia -National Bank Building 
.Norfolk. Virgiifta; 
! ORPHANS OF GREEK RITE 
I CATHOLIC DIOCESE, 
j c Rev, John R. Martin 
[ 54 Riverview Avenue 
; Pittsburg. Pennsylvania: 
i TR-APPIST MONKS OF THE OR- 
: DER OF OUR LADY OF THE 

HOLY GHOST, 
■ c Henry L. DeGilve 
j Attorney at Law 

Healey Building 
I Atlanta. Georgia. 303(0; 
I ANT)REW D.\NftO 
} c Pe>1on T. Jordan 
Attorney at Law 
P. Box 18441 
Tanpa. Florida: and 
ti» heirs or devisees of MICHAEL 
D.ANKO, Deceased, other than 



• LEOAL NOTICE 



those rfiove ntfned, tbe ttames 

of said persons being unknown; 
and the respective lien creditors, 
if any' there be, of any of saki | 
parties; and aU other ^vmm 
who may have an inter^t in 
the property to be condemned in 
these proceedings, all of said 
parties being unknown and are 
herrf)y proceeded against under 
the general dscriptkjn of "Par- ^ 
ties Unknown," Defendants. 

Order of PubUcation \ ' 
The object of this suit is for tbe 
petitioner to acquire by cwidem- 
nation the fee single title, delud- 
ing but not limfted to, all ease- 
ments of access, l(^t and air, in- 
cident to the lands abutting i^on 
said property taken for a limited 
access highway, and upon any 
ramps, loops or connections at or 
with intersecting hi^ays, and 
all rights d ingress and egress 
to and from the said road, said 
parcel of land to be taken being 
described as follows: 

PARCEL "A": Bemg as showTi 
on Sheet 502-5 of the plans to be 
used for Route 44, State High- 
way Project 0044-134-101, RW-201, 
and lyuig on both sides of the Toll 
Road centerline and adjacent to 
the existing south right of way line 
of Third Street from the existing 
east right of way Hne of Virginia 
Avenue at approximate Station 254 
plus 91 to the existing west right 
of way line of West Virginia Ave- 
nue at approximate Station 257 
plus 01 and containing 0,686 acre, 
more or less, land. 

P.ARCEL "B": Being as shown 
on Sheet 502-6 of the said plans 
and lying on both sides of the 
Toll Road centerline and adjacent 
to the existing south right of way 
line of Thutl Street from the exist- 
ing east right of way line of Ken- 
tucky Avenue at approximate Sta- 
tion 260 plus 13 to the lands of 
Clydey^,. Gray and Anne M. Gray 
at approximate Station 261 plus 
17 and containing 0.891 acre, more 
or less, land. 

PARCELS "A" and "B" togeth- 
er contain 1,5'^ acres, more or 
less, land. 

The above parties are hereby 
notified that the State Higbway 
Commissioner of Virginia will on 
the 24th day of June, 1966, at 
10:00 o'clock A,M., or as soon 
thereafter as counsed may be 
heard, move the Judge of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, at the Courthouse at Prin- 
cess Anne, for the appointment 
of Commissioners to ascertain 
which will constitute just com- 
pensation for the lands above de- 
scribed belonging to you, which '' 
the Ffte Highway Commissioner 
proposes to condemn for the loca- 
tion, construction, operation and 
mainten'ance of State Highway 
Route 44, Project 0044-134-101, RW- 
201, in the City of Virginia 'Beach, 
Virguiia; Said pfcN«l being as 
shown on plan sheets attached to 
the Petition this day ffled hi the 
above styled cause; and to award 
damages, if any, resulting to the 
a,djacent ahd other property of 
the owners, beyond the enhance- 
'.■nent in value which may accrue 
'to said property as a result of ' 
'the location, construction, opera- 
tion and maintenance of said high- 
way. The ownership, location and 
description of the property to be 
condemned and the nature of the 
construction and the locaition ' of 
■said highway will fully appear by 
reference to said Petition and ex- 
hibits on file in the Clerk's Offi'ce 
of the said Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach. 

Affidavit having been made that 
the Orphans of Greek Rite Ca\o- 
lic Diocese. Trappist Monks of the 
Order of Our Lady of the Holy 
Ghost, and Andrew Danko are not 
residents of the State of Virginia, 
and the heirs or devisees of Mi- 
chael Danko. Deceased, other than 
the persons above named are un- 
known to your petitioner, after due 
diligence on his part to ascertain 
in what County or Corporation the 
said parties, or any of them, re- 
side, without effect, and their re- 
spective lien creditors and aU oth- 
er parties interested in these pro- 
ceedings being unknown to the 
petitioner who has been unable to 
determine their names and «i- 
dresi-es after due diligence i^n 
his part to do so, all of said 
parties are proceeded against un- 
der the general description of 
"Parties Unknown." 

It is accordingly ORDERED 
that the above named pers(ms 
who arp or may be interested in 
the property to be wMidemned in 
these proceedings appear within 
ten MO I days after due publication 
Ol this Order and do what nwy 
be necessary to protect their in- 
terest. 

It is further ORDERED that 
IhLs Order be publi^ed once a 
week for two (2i aiccessive weeks 
in the Virginia Beach Sun. a 
newspaper published in the City 
of Virginia Beach, and that a copy 
of this Order be posted at the-, 
front door of the Courithouee of^ 
the Circuit Court of tbe City of 
Virginia Beach. 

A Copy-Te^e: 

.TOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fnrit, D.C. 



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mmABD F. BURLEY, 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

' — — %.. 

C0IIMIM4WEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In ^*e Clerk's Offke of the Qr- 
cuit Court ot the City of Virginto 
~'ach, on the I9(h day of Uay, 



Piain- 



HAN KABEH BUMJEV, 
Defendant. 

Order of Publicatim 

fbe objeot ol this suit U to ob- 
tain a divorce a mesasa et Umh-o to 
be later merged into a (kvorce a 
vim:ulo nvatrimonii fr«n the said 
defendant, upon the ground^ of de- 
sertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address bfeing: 14 Muipihy 
Circle, Newport, Rhode Island, it 
is ord««d that she do appear here 
within \jaa (10) daj^ after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pF<^0ct her 
into-est in this suit. ' 

A copy— Teste: 

JOm V. F1E3NTRESS, Gerk. 

By: Mary M. mite, D.C. 
Willcox, Savage, Lawrence, 

Dickson & Spuidk, p.q. 
Philip G. Denman 
3115 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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LEGAL NOTICES 



Virginia Bead), Virginia 



S-194t 



ViiflBli: I 

"Hie regular n^eting of the 
Counctt of the City of Virginia 
Beach wU be held in the Circuit 
Court on Monday, June 13, 1966, 
at 2 o'ckidc P. M. at vi^ch time 
persons will be he»xl tac and 
a^aiait the following propi^ed 
nhanoM. of zMiing, use pwinits, 



LEGAL NOTICES 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In toe Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of ViiTginia 
Beadi, on the 25th day of May, 
1966. 

PHYLLIS W1XX)X, Plaintiff, 
against 

ERIC KENNETH WILCOX, 
Defendant. 

Order of Publication 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
nionii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion for 
a period oi more than one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 438 East 
Brown Street, Fresno, California, 
it is ordered that he do appear 
here m\hin ten (10) days after 
due .publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHIN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, DC 
Fred W. Richter, p.q. 
Law Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

6-Mt 

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COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Vinginia 
Beach, on the 25th day of May, 
1966. 

LUCY HARTIN LUMBBERiRY, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

CONRAD 0. LINEBERRY, 
Defendant. 
/ Order of Publication 

The abject of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro to 
be at the proper time merged into 
a divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant upon the 
grounds (rf desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginiia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 2810 Oakley 
Street. Baltimore, Maryland, oi- 
business address: Wyman's Shoe 
Store, 1981 East Joppa Road, Bal- 
timore, Maryland, it is ordered 
that he do appear here within ten 
(10) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White. D.C. 
Norman F. Straus, Jr.. pq. 
Pilcher, Underwood, Pilcher & 

Byrd 
210 Plaza One /. 

Norfolk, Virginia 

6-2-41 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In the aerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach on the 17th day of May, 
0966. 

(hder of Publication 
GLORIA JEAN CAREY 

Plantiff, 
''*«v against 

V THOMAS PAUL CAREY 

Defendant. 

The <Aject of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
moni from the said defendant, 
up(Mi the grounds of two years 
separation. 

And an affidavtt having been 
matte and filed that the defaxlant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last Imown p(»t of- 
fice address beiig 608 Perrero 
Lane. LaPuente, Califomia it is 
ordered that he do ifipear here 
w«hin t«j. (10) days after die 
njUication hereof, and do what 
n3^ be necesaty to prtJtec* his 
int«-est in this fuit. 

A cr^py-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTHES. Clerk. 

By: M«ry M. White. DC. 
Catm & «M:«bt 
Pactfio^Aveflue 



c 
etc.: 

I. ApplJcatimi (A the Honorable 
City Council of the (My of Vir- 
ginia Beach to anend the Blaster 
Zoning Plan. 

SeotHHi 6, Appendbc B of the 
Code of the County of Princess 
Anne, Virginia. 1958, General Pro- 
vision No. 5 (page 227). 

To be deleted: For the purpose 
of this ordinance, attached garag- 
es, porches, and stoops sh^l be 
considered a part of the main 
building. However, steps, or cov- 
ered patios shall not be consider- 
ed a part of the main building and 
may be constructed within the re- 
quired front, side and rear yard 
setbacks, provided they do not 
come within sue feet of any side 
or rear line or within twentynfive 
teet of any front lot line. 

To be aoded: For the purpose 
of this ordinance, attached and/or 
detached carports, garages, porch- 
es, and stoops shall be considered 
a part of the main building. How- 
ever, steps or patios shall not be 
considered a pa-t of the main 
buiMing and may be constructed 
within the required side and rear 
yard setbacks provided they do 
not come v/ithin six feet of any 
side or rear line. All garages, 
porches, canports, stoops and steps 
must be shown on the site plan. 

H. Application of Southland Cor- 
poration by Kellam and Kellam, 
Attorneys, for a change oif zoning 
from Residence Siiburban District 
4 (R-S 4) to Limited Commercial 
District 2 (C-L 2) of certain prop- 
erty located at the Northwest in- 
tersection of Kellam Road and 
Broad Street. Bayside Borough. 

ni. Application of Frank E. and 
Adell Sawyer for a change of zon- 
ing frc«n Residence Duplex Dis- 
trict 1 (RhD 1) to Limited Com- 
mercial District 2 (C-'L 2) on cer- 
tain property located 611.5 feet 
South d Bonney Road fronting 100 
feet on Holland Road. Kempsvillc 
Borough. 

IV. Application of Shell Oil Com- 
pany for a Use Permit to operate 
a gasoline supply station on the 
Northwest corner of Military High- 
way and Providence Road. 
Ketnpsville Borough. 

V. Application of Socony Mobile 
Oil Connpany by T. F. Zdler for 
a change of zoning from Limited 
Commercial District 2 (C-L 2) and 
Residence Duplex District 1 (R-D 
I) to General Commercial District 
2 (C-G 2) and a Use Permit to 
operate a gasoline supply station 
on the Southwest corner of Reov 
Drive "and Indian River Road 
Kennpsville Borough. 

VI. Application of L. B. Walker 
for a change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Duplex District 2 (R-D 2) 
to limited Commercial District 2 
(C-L 2) of certain property locat- 
ed 135 feet West of Maxey Drive, 
fronting 75 feet on the North side 
of Virginia Beach Boulevard. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

VII. Application of Perljo In- 
vestment, Inc. by J. Peter Hol- 
land III, Attwney, for a change 
of zoning frcm Residence Duplex 
District 1 (R-D D to Limited Com- 
mercial District 3 (C-L 3> of cer- 
tain property fronting 785 feet 
more or less on the West side of 
Soutli Lyimhaven Road beginning 
at a point 730 feet more or less 
South of Cox's Bridge. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

Vni. Application of Earl W. 
Brown and Pauline G. Brown for 
a change df zonir>g from Residence 
Suburt)an /district 4 (R^ 4) to 
Residence Duplex District 2 (R-D 
2)\on pertain property located 80 
feet West of Oak Street on Ocean 
Shore Avenue. Lynnhaven Bor- 
ough. 

IX. .'Vj^lifation of Princess Anne 
Sales and Service, Inc. for a 
change of zoning from Limited 
Commercial District 2 (C-L 2) to 
General Commercial District 2 
(C-G 2) and a Use Permit to op- 
erate a service station beginning 
at a point 1207 feet West of First 
Colffliial Road on Virginia Beach 
Blvd. Lynnhaven Borough. 

X. Application of Lillie L. Rob- 
erts by R. J- Alfriend lU, Attor- 
ney, for a disconUmiance, clos- 
ure and ^xandonOient of a portion 
of Old Virginia Beach Road ban- 
ning at a point 10« feet more or 
less West of North Birdnedt Road 
on the South side d Old Virginia 
Beach Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

XI. j^lication of Myrtice W. 
Maitow for a chai^ of lonhig 
from LinKed Commercial Datrict 
2 (C-L 2t to Gwieral Comm«xrial 
District 2 (G-C 2) ai^ a Use Fw- 
aait to operate a gasoUnc lugply 
gMao WJ certain [ffoperty lo(S*- 
ed at the Northeast intersectkm of 
Greii Nedi Road and Fk^ Cah- 
nial Road. Lynnhaven Borou^. 

XII. .'^ppUcalion of Rose Invest- 
nMflt Ogformka by Jmm, Om- 
sehro. I^dlatt. mi Cko^, At- 
lorKyt. for a drntge of mum 

{raaa %&aAmot &ibaA>m thstnct 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 9, 1966 



Page 5-B 



3 (BnS 3) t» Restdffiice Suburban 
'Disu-xct 3 (K-b 3) with a Motel 
ana 'rourist and Restaurant Djs- 
irici Vi-2) bupipiement. 

i'arcel 1: Utcated fon Laskin 
Roaa Deiween bay Way itoaa ana 
tne West snore ot ureat NecK 

i^arcel 2: Located at the South- 
west uMersection of Laslun Road 
and Bay Way Road. Lynnbaveh 
Borougn. 

Xlii. Application of B&S Realty 
Company, Inc. for a ctiange of 
zomng trom Residence Sdourban 
District 4 (R-S 4) to Limited 
Commercial District 3 (GL 3). 

Parcel 1: On certain property 
k)cated on the Northwest oHiier 
of Caren Drive and Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. 

Parcel 2: On certain property lo- 
cated at the Northeast comer of 
Caren Drive and Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Lynnhaven Borough. 

XIV. Application of David B. 
Oglesby and Geot^ B. Barco for 
a change of zoning from Motel- 
Hotel District (MHH) to Retail 
Business District (B-D of certain 
property tocated on the Southwest 
uitersection of 5th Street and Atr 
lantic Avenue. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

XV. Application of William J. 
Watson and Mrs. M. B. (Solden 
for a change of zoning from Re- 
tail Business District (B-1) to 
Multiple Family Reslctence Dis- 
trict (R-3) and a Use Permit to 
construct 46 apartments on the 
Southeast corner d Iflth Street and 
Parks Avenue. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

XVI. Application of Princess 
Anne Telephone Company by Kell- 
am and Kellam, Attorneys, for a 
change of zoning from Agrrcultou:- 
al District (A-R) to limited Oxor 
mercial District 1 (C-L 1) of a 
portion of Lot 11, Court House 
Acres, said property fronting 135 
feet more or less m the North 
side of Court House Drive, front- 
ing 200 feet more or less on the 
East side of Court House Drive, a 
distance of 140 feet more or less 
along the Northern property line, 
a distance of 200 feet more or less 
along the Eastern property Une. 
Princess Anne Borough. 

XVn. Application of Humble 
Oil Co. by Henry L. Lam, Attor- 
ney, for a discontinuance, closure, 
and abandonment of a portion of 
a lO^foot right of way and a 20- 
foot right of way as shown on the 
Plat of Cypress Terrace. Said 10- 
foot right of way beginning at the 
South side of Old Virginia Beach 
Road and extending in a Southerly 
direction a distance of 95 feet 
more or less to its intersection 
with the Proposed Virginia Beach 
ToU Road Right of Way (East- 
bound Lane). Said a)-foot right of 
way beginning at the South side 
of the Proposed Virginia Beach 
Toll Road Right Of Way (Ea^- 
bound Lane) and extending in a 
Southerly direction a distance of 
85 feet more or less, thence in a 
Westerly direction a distance of 
100 feel more or less til its inter- 
section with Parks Avenue; also 
a change of ronii^ from Two- 
Family Residence District (R-2) 
to General Business District (B-2) 
on the following parcels. 

Parcel 1: Certain property front- 
ing 60 feet on the South side 
of Old Virginia Beach Road, a 
depth of 95 feet aloi^ the Western 
property line (Proposed Virginia 
Beach Toll Road Right of Way /t 
Parks Avenue), a distance of 93 
feet more or less along the South- 
em oroperty line (Proposed Vir- 
ginia" Beach Toll Road. Eastbound 
Lane), a distance of 117 feet more 
or less along the Eastern property 
line. 

Parcel 2: Certain prt^ierty front- 
ing 137.05 feet on the East side 
of Parks Avenue, beginning at a 
point 141.5 feet North of 20th 
Street, a distance of 115 feet more 
or less along the remainder of the 
Western property line, a di^ance 
of 209 feel more or less along Uie 
Southern property line, a distance 
of 170 feet vaare or less along the 
Eastern property line, a distance 
of 110 feet more w less along the 
Northern prc^rty line (Proposed 
Virginia Beach Toll Road Right of 
Way, Eastbcund Lane). More de- 
tailed infomiation in the Office of 
the City Planning Commission, 
Virginia Beach Borough. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerk 
By: Margaret M. Hood, D.C. 

6-2-2t 



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AUTOMOTIVE 



20 Automobiles For Sale 



Vo&swag€9i. 1500 Super Variant 
station wagon. Radio, heater, seat 
bdts. Excellent ocmdition. Bar- 
gain. 428-5790. 6-9-lt 



26 Mobile Homes For Sale 



HOiMBrrE - 1964. 52x10 foot, 2 
bedrooms, beige and white, Early 
American furniture, stove, refrig- 
erator and washer; like new; lo- 
cated lot 144, Davisville Court at 
Ilillti^, Virginia Beach. Just as- 
sume payments and move in. Mr. 
DeHart, 340«11, 34(W591, 340-4971. 

3-24-tfa 

BUSINESS SERVICES 



30 Appliance Ser/tces 

NOTICE! 

Contractors k Home Builders — 

Let us he^ you with that new 

home, — additions — or repairs. 

We can furnish materials from 

basement to attic and aid you In 

financing. 

PhoBe: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 

(1) 426-M61 

426-3750 

426-3937 

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EMPLOYMENT 



42 Help Wanted 
Male or Female 



MANPOWER, INC. 
URGENTLY NEEDS 

Stenographen 

We have immediate assignments, 
many adjacent to Virginia Beach. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired—work on these temporary 
jobs when convenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assgnment, 627-3661. 

Manpower, Inc. 

733 Boush Street 

S^-tfn 



VACUUM CLEANERS - Hoover, 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient repairs. Pick up and de- 
livery. Phone 428-4222. Fuel 
Feed k Building Supplies, Inc. 

tfo 



31 Building—Repairing 

PAINTING wanted. Small jobs, in- 
terior or eiterior. Call 428-7586. 

5-26-41 

EMPLOYMENT 



40 Help Wanted— Female 



JOB OPPORTUNITIES 
Stock Clerk 
Short Cfrder Cook 
Service Station Attendant 
Porter 

Maid, General (Steady) 
Chambermaid 
Waitress 
Salesperson 
Secretary 
Clerk-Typist 
Shampooer 
\ Teletype Operator 
Shoe Salesperson 
Bookkeepers 
Salad Girls 

Apply 

VIRGINIA EMPLOYMENT 

COMMISSION 

223 Virginia Beach Boulevard 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

No Fees Charged 

6-2-4t 



Toy demonstrators. Part time 
sales wtork for C & B Toy Club. 
Car needed and desire to earn 
good commission. Call 340-6568. 

6-2-TFN 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



109 Aph., Furn.-Unfurn. 



ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
ment. One efficiency apartment. 
Year round. Call 448-6666 or 428- 
2724. ' 3-17-Un 



1 1 0— Apartments Unfurn. 



Unfurnished apartments. 2 bed- 
rooms each. Oil heat, both newly 
painted throughout. Electric range 
and refrigerator fumisned. Year 
round rent. Must see to appre- 
ciate. Call 428-1940. 428-3113. 4-7-tin 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



1 1 5A Resort Property 
For Rent 



1215 Cypress, three bedrooms, two 
baths, heat, yearly lease. $110.00 
month. Call 428-7152. 4-21-t&i 



1 1 6 Business Places 

For Rent 

2240 Greatneck Road — Office for 
rent, includes utilities, telephone, 
air condition, clerical services. 
$125 month. Call 464-3521. 4-21-tfn 



111 Apartmfnts Furnished 

Sublet 2 bedroom furnished apart- 
ment. Immediate possession. $145. 
per month until Decanber 1st. 
Call 428-1411. 6-2-tfn 



Efficiency apartment. Attractively 
furmshed — Early American. 317 
34Vi St. Call owner. 4284757. 

6-9^ 



Furnished apartment, North end 
Suit^le for 1 or 2. $125 monthly 
-season. Call 425-1646. 6-2-tfn 



LOW winter rates until June 1st, 
or yearly. Also monthly. Located 
in the heart of the beach, near 
ocean front. 428-6713. 10-21-tfn 



Austin's Court Motel Apartments, 
206 - 19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnished rooms. Block 
from Bus Station. By week or 

month. 

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44 Position Wanted— Male 

TUTOR — Elementary and High 
School subjects. Norfolk or Vir- 
ginia Beach area. 340-4484. 6-Wfn 



Mature resident. Some typing. To 
learn hotel front desk. Part time, 
year round. Write Box No. 134, 
c/o Virginia Beach Sun. 6-2-21 

UNLIMITED EARNINGS 

Sell Real Elstate. Have openings 
for saleswomen at Virginia Beach 
Office, located rfect to Prin«ess 
Anne Plaza Shopping Center. Ex- 
cellent working conditions and 
Equal Duty Time. Many fringe 
benefits such as Hospitalization, 
Group Insurance, Incentive Bonus 
Plan. Experience not necessary. 
All interviews confidential. Call J. 
F. Peters, 340^232. 

Goodnun-Segar-Hogan 
Residential Sales Corp. 

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FINANCIAL 



50 Business Opportunities 



1965 Singer, Monograms, button- 
holes, fancy stitches, etc. Take 
over balance $47.90. $1.25 a week. 
Call Credit Dep£u:tmeny.853-7491. 
0^ 2-24-tfn 

60 Correspondence Courses 



Living room, bedroom, kitchen, 
bath. Convenient to shopping, 
churches, laundromat. Very 
reasonable yearly rental. Pacific 
Avenue. Phone owner 428-5016 
or 428-2143.- 

7-29-tfn 



3707 Virginia Beach Boulveard. 
Office and retail store space avail- 
able. Brand new, beautiful, two 
story elevated building. Ideally lo- 
cated between P«nbroke Square 
and Princess Anne Plaza. Call By 
ler Realty, 340-8061 or 340 38(». 

12-9-tfn 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 
124 Houses For Sale 



3 and 4 bedroan, 2 bath, brick. 
Ranch and 2 story homes. G.I., 
F.H.A. financing available. Call 
Anchor Realty anytime. 428-7421. 
MenAer of MLS and NLS. 12-9-tfn 



LONDON BRIDGE — Gatewood 
Park, 2 duplex apartments, live in 
one side; rent the other. FHA, VA 
or Conventional Loai. DeHart 
Cons., 34(W311. 340^91, 3404971. 

3^tfn, 



I 



117 Wanted To Rent 



Wanted for two years starting Sep- 
tember 1st, four bedroOTn, two 
bath unfurnished home. Bay Col- 
ony or north end preferred. What 
do you have? 42&«22. 

BELL REAL ESTATE 

6-2-tfn 



118 Rent or Sale 



For rent or sale. 2 bedroom house 
and garage. 606 14th Street. Call 
42a-3400. ' 6-9-^ 

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 



124 Houses For Sale 



BEAtJTY CONSULTANTS 
BEAUTICIANS 

COSMETICUNS 
MODELS 
"YtoUi Will Have It's Way" 
As a young and growing com- 
pany, we know this is true. We 
want to talk to ladies who have 
the desire and capacity to pave 
their way to high income and ad- 
vancement opportunities. To model 
and demonstrate a complete new 
concept in modern cosmetics with 
the finest line of products. 
MORNING COFFEES 
AFTERNOON TE^ 
EVENING GLAMOUR HOURS 
Free training in proven success 
techniques are ^st a part of our 
growth package. Excellent oppor- 
tunities for those with managerial 
ability. Age over 21. 
Awards 

Bonuses 

Commissions 

CHOOSE YOUR OWN HOURS 

NO CANVASSING 

Call 428-1750 

2-17-tfn 



PL^y*JO lessons given in my home 
or yours. Aragona Village. Call 
497-6296. 



3-17-tfn 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Articles For Sale 



MMNOUNCEMENTS 



9 Miscelaneous 



Wanted to rent. Middy blouse. siK 
14. Will give best of care. Call 428- 
5822. 6-9-lt 

1 Special Notices 

GHOST WRlTOiG SSmVICE - 
Speeches, articles. prMnotion, re- 
ports, etc. You have the thoughts 
. . I have the words. Phone 340- 
1978 after 6 PM., for details and 
prices. 4-^ tfn 



Typist — pert time. Knowledge of 
stenorette. General office woric, 
good fubire. Call Mr. Sorensen, 
42M0O3. 6-9-U 

Experienced seamstress wanted. 
Ladies' or mai's ahwations. Full 
or part time. Gem Tailors Call 
4flB-0646. M64t 

41 Help Wanted— Male 



THE proven carpet cleaner Blue 
Lustre is easy on the budget. Re- 
stores fa^tten colors. Rent elec- 
tric shampooer $1. Bayside Hard- 
ware. ^^ 

Delta power tools. 8" t^le saw 
wkh 4" joiner and 8" disc sander 
— 1150. 16" scroll saw with stand 
and hght-$l25. 10" hand saw with 
stand and light - $100. All with 
retractable casters and in excel- 
leik condition. 518 Hi^ Point Ave- 
mx. 6-»-3t 

Stainless steel, 3 door. Sta-Cold 
commercial refrigerator. Original 
cost $1200. Selling for $500. Call 
^6-1515. 4-14-tfn 



APARTMENTS - Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or seasonal. 
Cooper iieally, 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue, 428-1330. Nights 428-6833. 

3-2-tfn 

0''EANA-245 Middle Lane. Fur- 
nished studio apartment. Heat, 
water, storage, parking. Near bus. 
Annual lease. 5-19-tfn 

113A Houses, Furnished 
or Unfurnished 

1 bedroom $55. 2 bedroom $75-$l25. 
3 bedroom $85-$200. Anchor Real- 
ty. 428-7421 anytime. 12-9-tfn 

2 year lease, unfurnished 3 or 4 
bedrocm house, Nor^ end beach, 
by Labor Day. Can occupy after 
July 1st. Call 428-1086. 6-9-2t 



BAY COLONY 

1109 Windsor Road 
2 story, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, Wv- 
ing room, dining room, kitchen, 
utility room and detached garage. 
On large wooded lot. Less than 
block to Linkhorn Bay and one 
mile from beach. Owner being 
transferred. $24,900. Drive by or 
call 428-0453 for appbintment. 

/ 6-9-2t 



125 Lots For Sale ^^^^ 

BACK BAY - On Gum Bridge 
Road near Charity Church. 2''« 
acre. Ready to build on. Price 
$2,200. Phone 34fr«311, 34(M971, 
340-85e\. 3-31-tfn 



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upholstery. Rent electric sham- 
pooer $1. Oceana Feed 4 Hard- 
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115A Resort Property 
For Rent 

2 bedroom unfurnished house. 
Stove and refrigerator furnished. 
809 Delaware Avenue, Virginia 
Beach. Call '^8-1938. 5-26-tfn 

Near bases and beach. Small cot- 
tages furnished. No deposits. Cou- 
ple only. No pets. Call 340-8329. 

4-7-tfn 



Lynn Shore Drive. 420. 3-bcdroom 
ranch. Largo kitchen. Available 
now. $1^ monthly, Call 855-4379. 

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BUY -SELL 
BUILD - TRADE 

We are ready to help you obtain the home you 
and your family need and desire. 

GET THE ANSWERS TO PERSONAL QUESTIONS 

• Is my means sufficient? 

• What about my present home? 

• How about financing? 

• When can I move in? 

DISCUSS THESE QUESTIONS WITH OUR 
COURTEOUS SALES REPRESENTATIVES 

Call 497-4851 

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AND HOME BUILDERS '■ 

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VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 23462 

Custom-built new homes and trade-ins in 

all sections of Virginia Beach 



93 Household Goods 



CARPET FACTS — I can sell first 
quality regular $7.99 Dupont 501 
continuous filannent and Caprolon 
nytons $3.99 sq. yd. Twenty-eight 
colors. Call Mr. Parker- MA 2- 
9816. »^tfn 




Social ^oup — sln^ men and 
wom«i over 21. Non-sectarian, 
nonixjlitical, non-discriminatory. 
Meet new people, have fun. Owr 
100 MoT^iers'no^^'. Call David 8S3- 
4174. Carol m^m or Jaccj^s 853.. 
4980. 6-2-tfn 



Sell KNAPP SHOES part or full 
time. Earn $85 to $150 a week on 
W^ conHTJissions and bonus. Sea- 
dy year-round business. E<piip- 
mait furnished free. Write to 
Lee Nasser, Kna^Jp Siaes, ft-ock- 
lon. Mass. 6-2-4t 



CAB DRIVERS. Service iron ac- 
cepted. No experiaJC! necess«7. 
tSMiSS MK^y. We pay for City 
permit. Also free room r«t. Safe- 
way Taxi. '3782 Shore Drive. Vk- 
ginia Beach. 464-«2a. M»^ 

Colectors - part lime Viifioia 
Beach and Ncrfoik area. Ubtrri 
conmusion Mr Surwisen. «»- 
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PLENTY of ROOM! 

... and ttiat's what you'll 
find at the incomparaWe 
Regency at Hilltop apart- 
ments. No . . . not an ele- 
phant, iHjt plenty of room. 
Room to stretch out in . . . 
room to really live in . . . 
and not only that, but 
there's plenty of room 
reserved for you at the 
private swim club ... and 
recreation area. Why not 
drive out and see. 
Don't forget to bring 
peanuts. 

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For Many. Many Moons". 

THE CIGAR BUSINESS IS BOOMING! 

Wherever You See Cigarette Machines . . . Look Around . . . 

No Cigar Machines!!! 
Our Dealers Throughout The Country WIU Be Furnished With 

Locations Such As . . . Offlce Buildings, Cafeterias. Bowling 

\Ueys, Leading Motels. Restaurants, Transportatim Terminals. 

Hospitals. Etc. 

N'o Frrvkms Experience Is Necessary, As The Company Will 

Train 'V'ou In Th<> Business And Set Up The Route. 

rhis Oppwiujiity (an Be For Men Or Viomen On A Full Or Part 

rime Ba«s. Minimum lavestmrnl Requiied $2 J9S.I0 To $5390.00 

If Yoa Are Sinrt^nly latcrested In Being In Basiness For 

Yoorsetf . . . This Is A Ground Fhm- (^urtiuity. 

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(OMiUnued From Page ffl) 

both days mil be 9:00 am. 

TV wekwme and o()aiing re- 
marks on Tues. 14 June wUi be 
given by Harold S. Whitehurst, EH- 
rertor of the Physical Education & 
Recreation Dept. Others who will 
be a part of these openii^ re- 
marks will be Maury Riganto, 
(^Tairman of the 01 ty Recreation 
Commission and Lt. George Bry- 
an, head of the City's Juvenile 
Division. 

Followung this opening, Stephen 
Chifok, Program Dir«Jtor, wiJl 
begin the formal clinic with state- 
ments concerning poMcies and reg- 
ulations. Other phases of the Insti- 
tute will include discipline, safety- 
first aid, buUetin boards, care of 
supplies & equipment, volunteer 
help, program pL'/hing, a)l phases 
of indivi(kial & team activities, 
arts & crafts, drama, music & 
conduct of tournaments & contests. 

On Thurs. 16 June, the directors 
will check out their initial supplies 
& go to their playgrounds to get 
"all in readiness" for opening day 



and regiAratkxis on Fri. 17 Juoe. 
Bdow wiB be a Ustiqg of the 
piaytgroiBids and their workers: 

ARAGONA ELENffiNTARY «7- 
0462, CarroU Monger. Louise Jen- 
sen, and Joann Jackson; ARROW- 
HEAD ELEMENTARY DAY ^- 
2921. Bobby Booth, Alice Walters, 
and Iris Harding; ARROWHEAD 
ELEMENTARY EVENING, 497- 
2921, G£|/_ Parsons; BAYSIDE 
ELEAffiNT.ARY 464-3906. Pat Cau- 
sey and Batt>ara Bivens; BAY- 
SIM: HIGH. Jim Spencer, Mary 
Mur/. Ken St^dliqgs, and Vidoe 
LatJner; BlACKWlATER FIEE- 
HOOSE 421-2200, George Barcb; 
W. T. COOKE ELEMK^ARY 
428-5102. Al Habit and Mary Liles; 
F. W. OOX HIOH 464-6207. George 
McGovem; CRUDS ELEkffiN- 
TAR'Y 426-6476. Elizabeth Wine- 
sett; F. E. KEILAM HIGH 426- 
6151. Twn McCauley; KEMPS- 
VILLE LNTERMEDLATE 497-894q|,^ 
Dan Lovelace; KEMPSVILLE' 
MEADOWS ELEMENTARY «7- 
1311, Gerry Goodwin; 

Also: KINGS GRANT ELE- 



MESfTARY 9*1^131, Steve AUi- 
goid mA BMty Page; KINGSTON 
BLfeMENTARY, ^Am Ricks and 
Jme 'Ainwr: LOUISE LUXFORD 
Sa£MENTARY 4874690, Gerry 
Satidlef. Pat MorbeliKand Louise 
GrsaAenstetter; LYNNHAVEN 
KjfiMrafTARY 341-5290, Jim 
Boyd. Brelia Robinson and Bil- 
lie McPhail; MALIBU ELENffiN- 
TARY 341-1098. Norman Daly and 
Linda Heiser. rflEWLKJHT FIELD, 
William Braye; PEMBROKE EL- 
EMENTARY, Dbug WWte and 
Piisdla Holman; FiAIA ELE- 
MENTARY 341-486^. John Grady. 
t^iQieriiie Bolfon and Trudy Kibch- 
in; SEABOARD ELEMENTARY 
406-5161, James dinner and "Hie- 
resa Morings; ^lATACK ELE- 
MENTARY DAY «8-2912, Waver- 
ly Williams and Susan Whitehurst; 
fflELTON PARK ELEMENTARY 
464-3811. David Hudson and Cath- 
erine Sloan; THALU ELEMEN- 
TARY 341-5151. Tom Holton and 
Rose Best; THOROUGHGOOD 
ELEMENTARY 464-3816, TWn 
Gray and Mary McGhee; TRANT- 



WOOD ELEME34TARY 340^)88. 
Joe Liner and Viola Pahw; \M- 
lON KEMPSVILLE HIGH DAY 
Joshua Darden k Dorothy Ames; 
UNION KEMPSVILLE EVENING 
497-0465. Charles Harvin; VIRGIN- 
LA BEACH JR. HIGH 428-7655. 
John fngram and Arlme Ingram; 
B. F. WILLIAMS ELEMENTARY 
497-8051. John MiHer and Q. L 
Jones; WINDSOR WOODS ELE- 
MENTARY, John Oo<*e and lAyr- 
tte Felton; WOODSTOCK ELE- 
MENTARY 497-6708. Hqpe James 
and Lida Webb; 

Specialists for the summer £H-e: 
GYMNASTIC, Ken Stallings, Bay- 
side Hi^ Sebod; TENNIS, Doris 
|;rench, Princess Anne Hi^ 
School; CHARM. Vickie Latimer. 
Bayside High School; ROTATING 
ASSISTANT DIRECTTOR, Andree 
Rhymer (F. E. KeUam High, 
Kemp^viUe Jr. High, KanpsviHe 
Meadows). 

Substitutes for playground work- 
ers are: Imogene DiWay, 4713 
Jeanne Street, 497-3055; and Bar- 
bara Benton, 35K Royal Pabn 
Drive, 3;0«461. 



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a few families ventured out for a picnic. The new parli is open fi-om 
8 a.m. to sunset each day. (Staff photo by Moore) 



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According to the dictionary 
"swim" means to move abng on 
or in the waler by using ame and 
legs. The YWCA classes begin 
June 20th at the Cavalier for bjys 
and 'girls from 7 to 17 years of 
age. Beginner, advanced baginnsr, 
intermediate and vwimmner levels. 
The class tinws are 9-10 a.m. and 
10 to 11 a.m., four days a week 
for two weeks. This will be the 
first session. Classes at Thorough- 
g:.od begin July 5th for boys and 
girls frcm 4 lo 14 years of age. 
Registration for swimming classes 
are every Friday afternaon from 
1-5 p.m. at the YWCA-3'.3 3Ct,h 
Street at the Beach. 

Tne foUowirg sports are open 
to all girls and boys from the age 
of 10 to 18 years old: 

HORSEBACK RIDING-S class- 
es at $15.00, 2 cJjsses a week 
eastern or western style. Tuesday 
June 14Lh the Eastern classes be- 
gin and on Wednesday Jjne 15:h 
the Western Style classes be^in 
from 2-3 p.m. Oceana Stables, 
Oceana Blvd. Classes limited to 
12, so register early. 

TENNIS - June 14th through 
June 28. Every Tuesday and 
Thursday from 9-10 a.m. at the 
Bay Harbor Cl-ub. Classes limited 
to 8. 

.BOWLING - 6 classes for $6.00 
beginning Monday June 13th 
hrouigh July 18th. 10-12 Noon at 
"Rinaldi's in Princess Anne Plaza. 
Classes linr.ited to 24. 

SOMETHING FOR THE GlflLS! 
Beginning Thursday June 16th 
from 10-11 a.m. there will be a 
class in GiR.\CE AND GROOM- 
OTG at the YWOA office. 6 class- 
es for $6.00. The classes will in- 
clude skin care and make-up, pos- 
ture and exercise, hair care and 
styling, walking and sitting. If 
you are ireterested in learning 
good grace and grooming these 
classes wouU be ideal. Limited to 
12. 

Register early for your summer 
classes as aM are limited in num- 
ber and filled on a first come, 
first serve basis. 




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Graduate 



VIRGINIA BEACH-Cadet Rob- 
ert Blythe, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Samuel Blythe of Lynnhaven was 
among the 197 men graduating 
from the United States Merchant 
Marine Academy on Jane 1. 

The .Academy, located in Kings 
Point, New York was established 
in 1943 for the purpose of provid- 
ing the American Merchant Ma- 
rine with highly trained young 
o.'ficers of outstanding ability. In 
"ursuit of this goal the academy 
places major emphasis on aca- 
demic a'i'lity and fartijiuati'jn in 
e.xtra curricular attivites, supple- 
mented bv the military training 
nec?e;sary for a succe Sful carper 
at sea. 

During Cadet Blythe's first year 
iit Kings Point he received in.sifuc- 
tion in the fundamentals of ship- 
board ci^eration reinforced by both 
^cademiic and professional sub- 
jects. His second year was snent 
abori'd various ves.sel off the 
American Merchant Marine Fleet 
where he gained nrSctical expe- 
rience in th? alteration oL shiips 
and increased his undAstmicung of 
various peoples and cultures of 
the , world. 

At the completion of his sea year 
Cadet Blythe returned to the Acad- 
emy for two years of intensified 
study ultimately qualifying him for 
his Bache^lor 6f Science degree. In 
addition he will receive a license 
to sail as a Merchant Marine Offi- 
cer issued by the Coast Guard 
and a Reserve Commi.ssion in the 
United States Navy. 



Lieutenant Benjamin M- Gregg, 
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis 
C. Gregg. 1536 Little Neck Road: 
and Lieutenant Commander Nich- 
olas D. Langston, USN, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Timothy H. Langston, 
401 23rd Street, both became an 
Enterprise "Centurion'' when he 
made his 100th carrier landing 
aboard the nuclear aircraft car- 
rier USS Enterprise, opeating with 
the Seventh Fleet off the coast 
of Vietnam. 



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^Volume VLr, No. 24 



35 



T6LEPNONE 428-2401 



Published Every Thursday 
in Virginia Beach for the People of Virginia Beach 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 1<^, 1966 2SECTI0NS - 14 PA 



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ORGANIZATION SWEEPS EL 




May Cost $5,000 



Consulting Attorney 
Sought For Appeal 



VIRGINIA !BtoACH-City Coun- 
cil Monday passed a resolution ta 
hire a consulting attorney in the 
planned U. S. Supreme Court ap- 
peal of a Ipwer court decision' 
which declared tha 7-4 council 
election plan unconstitutional. 

City Attorney Harry Marshall 
mads th€[ request for the attorney. 

It is estimated by sources that 
the appeal will cost the city ap- 
proximately ^,000, but there was 
no move by council Monday to 
aippropriate the necessary funds. 

One city official remarked that 
a ruling by the U.S. Suprame 
court on a similar matter might 
make such an appeal unnecessary 
before it is heard. 



There has been no word yet as 
to who the City Attorney's office 
will hire for the apjeal. 

Council also appointed four city 
officials to two committees as- 
signed the task ol u^ting the 
Southeastern Virginia Regional 
Transportation plan. 

Those named were Chief Reeves 
E. Johnson, city safety director 
Charles Kiley, city engineer, Ma- 
son Gamage, director of the Plan- 
ning Commission and assistant 
City Manager Roger Scott. John- 
son, Kiley, and Gama^ were ap- 
pointed to the technical c.nunittee 
and Scott was appointed to the 
regional policy committee. /~^ 

The various committees are be- 



Presented Tuesday 



Roanoke Unit Wins Troph) 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The 90th 
Army Band of Rcanoke received 
are Governor's trophy for effic- 
iency in training Tuesdiy at a 
Flag Day retreat ceremony staged 
by Virginia National Guardsmen 
at ths State iMilitary Raservatian. 
Th« crack Roanoke outfit, com- 
maoded by CWO Andrew W. Hull, 
won the citation for th3 'ver\zi 
from June 1, 1986, to May 3l", 1903. 
The presentation was made by the 
Virginia adjutant Gensril, Major 
General Paul M. Booth, who con"- 
gratulated Hull and men-.oers of 
the band for thsir consistent ]:;r- 
fcimance that has brought them 
ths trophy several years in suc- 
cession. 

General Booth also announced a 
triple tie for the Adjutant Gen- 
eral's Cup.awarded for exceHence 
in attendance. These units, all 
with 100 per cent coimts, are Head- 
quarters Detachment, I chmoni, 
commanded by Capt. Ernest E. 
Kail, Jr.; Battery C, 2nd HowiU3r 
Battalion, 111th Artillery, Rich- 
mond, coirananded by Capt. 
Charles W. Bcddow; and Battery 
B, 5th Howitzer Batta'ion, Chesa- 
peake, commarded bv Ca t. Wa'- 
laci^ E. Brinkley. Headquarters 
and Headquarters Detachment has 
a previous leg on the cup and a 
win in 1%7 would enable it to r3- 
tain it permanently. 

Approximately 250 of the 1.800 



troops in training here participated 
in the retreat ceremony, one of 
the two major ceremon a!s of the 
two-week period which ends June 
25. Th3 highii^t of the encamp- 
ment will be Governor's Day on 
Saturday, June 18, when Gcvernor 
/alls E. Godwin, Jr. will takf ^ 
Qrfl Ttnm m ownmwider in- 
chief. A-proximatdy l.OOO addit- 
ional officers and men from all 
sections of the state wii! boost the 
nun b:r participating in the parade 
to about 2,800. 

The Governor's Day review, 
open to the pi.blic, will (^ staged 
at noon with high military and 
governmental olac'als in attend- 
ance. It will mark the midpoint 
in the sunjmer field training. 
Participating units wiM include: 
RiclHTiond— The Offteer Candi- 
date School, Itod Tactical Filt- 
er Group, 2nd Howitzer Battal- 
ion, nrth Artillery; Ut Squadron, 
183rd Cavalry; 27«th Engineee 
Battalicn, and the 3647th Ordnance 
Company. 

Sandston — Headquarters and 
Headquarters Battery, lC7th Ar- 
tillery Brigade. 

G"en Alien— Head(piarters and 
Headquarters Battery, 224th Ar- 
tillery Group. 

Mar.assas--eth Howitzer Battal- 
ion, Ulth Artillery. 

(Continued on Page ftiA) 



ing formed by member ccmnuin- 
itl^s of the Southeastern Virginia 
Regional Planning Commissi an and 
their purpose is to see that fed- 
eral requirements are met in the 
planning and layout of highway 
systems in the area. 
In 'o(her action council: 

• Approved the purchase of 
two parcels d land near Princess 
Anne Court Fjouse for an estimat- 
ed $41,000. r 

• Approved a request from ^ 
Commissioner of Revenue for an 
additional $5,330 fcr salaries of 
summer employees. 

• Noted that water lines had 
been requested in Winds: r Woods 
and Bayside Actes. 

• Appropriated an additional 
$8,300 to be used in deve'opment 
of Little Island Park. 

• Allocated $1,200 to the De- 
partment of Parks and Recreation 
for the operation of the Boardwalk 
trains this summer. 

• Granted a use permit for the 
construction of 48 apartment units 
on the foutheast comer of 18.h 
Street and Parks avenue. 

• Approved a resoluti n calling 
for the support of the {M-pcsed Li- 
brary Servke and Ccrs' ruction 
Act now beli^ coQsidered by Ooa- 
gre««. 

for license fees for tent ihows and 
(Continuel On Page 4A) 



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Four Newcomers And Seven 
Incumbents Win Handily 



THESE HUNGRY PEOPLE AND MANY OTHERS made up the large 
crowd which filled the cafeteria of Princess Anne High School for a 



barbecue in honor of U. S. Senator A. 
bad weather forced the affair inside. 

VISIT TO NATIONAL GUARD 



Willis Robertson. The threat of 



Sen. Robertson Here 
For Campaigning 

VIRGINIA BE.\CH— Inciur.bent Virginia Senator A. Willis Robsrtson 
will participate in Governor's Day Ceremonies at Camp Pendlel6n this 
Saturday. Following the ceremonies. Virginia's senior Senator will be 
at the Alan B. Shepard Civic Center for an address to his Virginia 
B^ach Youth Ccmmittes- Saturday night, the Senator will address the 
closing session of the Virginia Association of Ccm.-nonweaIth Attorneys 
at tile Cavalier. 

Saiator Robertson has only 
mad« one brief canoapign stq;> in 
Vlrj^a BeKh aoUw ajt which 
■tiiWi^Kft'.^liwi?' two speechrs ■•>■•'■ 
heW a brief press conference. The 



i VIRGINIA BE.'VCH-Ti-e Organ- 
■ ization Democrats, showi-g more 
I vote-getting power than in recent 
' elections, swe_.t easily to victory 
in the City Council electi n Tues- 
day- Complete returns Wednesday 
showed that the seven incunr.bants 
and four newcc.Tier- had piled up 
an i-mpressive margin of more 
■tiian 2 to 1 over thiir seven inde- 
pendent and one Republican op- 
ponents. 

The final tally of votes was ex- 
pected to reveal a record turnout 
in a municipal election. Approxi- 
mately 11 thousand \jOters or bet- 
ter t'lan one-third of the regis- 
tered voters in Virginia Beach 
turned out at the polls. The turn- 
out was far better than many po- 
litical buffs and ^political r^orlers 
had forecast. 

One informed source said tbst, 
ahhough votmg got off to a slow 
start Tuesday morning, the pace 
picked up greatly in the last two 
or three hours. The excellent wea- 
ther was also called a factor in 
the heavy turnout. A spokesmnan 





Beach Police 
At School 

VIRGI.TNIA BEACH Three 

Virginia Beach poHcem^' gradu- 
ated from a thre>week training 
course in Richmond Fridlay. The 
coura* WM the first of two sum- 
mer sessions. 

U. H. C. Terry of the Vii;ginia 
Beach Police Department said the 
two seteiohs are presented and co- 
sponsored bv the Virginia Associ- 
ation of aiiefs of Police, the 
League of Municq)alities, and the 
Stat? Department of Education. 

Tile three ^aduates, according 
to Terry, are L. S. Taytor of the 
First Precinct. A. Sin.lair of the 
Second Precinct and i;. E. Mor- 
row of the Traffic Division. 

Those attending the secood saw- 
ton, which began Sunday aad ends 
July 1 are L. W. Barlow and W. 
W. Baker of the Juvenile Bureau. 
Terry saki 73 policemen from 
around the ?tate graduated Fri- 
day. He said they were instncted 
by Lt. R. L. Morgan of the Ports- 
mouth Police Department, Capt. 
A. B. Roane of the Chesapeake 
iF^jlice Department and 30 other 
police and law enforcement spec- 
ialists. 

Terry said Rowland C. Ha'stead. 
Special Agent in Charge in Rich- 
mcM was the guest ".-eaker A the 
awards dnners Friday night. 

He ndded that the 19% entra! 
Police Training School is the be« 
one he'd yet. Terry said this sum- 
mer the ccurses were ex?and d to 
cover three weeks imfrad of the 
usual two and the results were the 
best on record. 



Rabies Clinics 

VIRGINIA KACB Rabtes 

Okkc* wffl he hM br VIrgiiifri 
Beaeh SUurday aad Jtae 25 irem 
t p-n. to 4 |km. at the foOewtBg 
heirtlon: 

Sutartay-^MIaai R^ School. 
Cree^ Fire SUttoa, Arafau Ele- 
aiMUry Sckad tad Seatack lire 



speeches were made at the new 
Pembroke M9II Shopping Center 
and at City Hall at Princess .\nne. 
La^ Friday, a barbecue, at- 
tendeid by nearly 8C0 persons was 
held at Princess Anne High Schcol 
for Senator Robertson. The major 
at that activity was made by First 
District Ckmgressman, Thomas N. 

New Summer Police 



Downing, one of the first to 
nounce his su{^crt of S 
Robertson. - ^ 

Downiiig told the group that he 
was "puutting everything on the 
line" in his support of Rcbertson. 
He said that the voters will have 
the opportunity of putting hi.Ti out 
of office jf he had made a mistak: 
in backing and campaigning for 
Senator Robertson in his bid for 
re-election. 

(Continued on Page 7-A» 



25 Patrolmen Will 
Finish Course Today 




George Ferrell 



VIRGINIA BE.ACH-This after- 
noon, 25 college students will com- 
plete a seven day training course 
preparatory to becoming Virginia 
Beach Summer Policemen. 

Lt. Harry C. Terry, department 
training officer said the city hired 
32 tew students this summer, 10 
cona&ig back to work a second 
seaa)n. Terry said some of the 
men had been with them "for two 
seasons. 

The ones who have served with 
the Virginia Beach police previous- 
State Legal Advisor 



ly did not take the course, Terry 
said. 

"The school fcime is not as much 
as we would like to have." Terry 
said, "but will at least give them 
some of the basic prob'ems that 
we are confronted with." 

"This, as you know, will be our 
fourth season with the law stu- 
dents." Terry added. 

He said the men come from the 
University of Virgin a. University 

(Continued on Page 5-Ai 



Two Receive 
Citations Wed. 

VIRGINIA BiEAOH -Mayor 
Frank A. Dusch and City Man- 
ager W. Russell Hatchett of Vir- 
gil^ Beach received meritorious 
service citations today "for val- 
uaMe contribiklcms unselfishly ren- 
dsrpd to the promotion of National 
Guard activities in the Qanmon- 
wealth of Virginia." 

Lt. Col James D. Sink, of Roa- 
noke, president of the Virginia Na. 
tional Guard Association, made 
the pr^esentations at an informal 
luncheon at the StMe M litary Res- 
ervation where 1,800 National 
Guardsmen are in summer field 
training. Major General Paul M. 



D. Murray Malbon 

for the Organization said he was 
delighted by tiie large vote. The 
candidates on the Organization 
ticket gave a large arr.ount of 
the credit to the Campaign Com- 
mittee, headed by R. R. "Buddy'' 
McCbesney. 

• The Organization continued to 
pile up large majorities in every 
precinct as early return- came 
in^ and before the polls hsd been 
closed two hours, it was evident 
an Organization sweep was in the 
making. The sweep has been con- 
sidered by many to be a public 
rejection of personal at adcs by 
«)me cf the independents, as well 
«s complete pubKc ac e taice of 
the seven-mr plan of appMliwi- 
ment, awaiting a hearing in the 
U. S. Supreme Court. 

When the new Council tekes of- 
fice in September, there will be 
lour new men. G- Dewey Sm- 
mons, Jr. will represent Lynnhav- 
£n Borough, and D. Murny Mal- 
bcn, George Ferrell and Rebert 
Oomwell, Jr., will serve at-large. 
The seven incunAents elected 
Tuesday are Lawrence Marshall, 
Albert Bonney, S. Paul Brown, 
Kenneth Whitehurst. Earl Tebault, 
John McCombs and Mayor Frai* 
Dusch. Whitehurst, Brown, Te- 
bault and McCombs were unop- 
posed and piled up early plurali- 
ties. 

When he was asked about the 
Organization Swe^ Va. Beach 
political leader and Democratic 
National Conunittee man, Sidney 
S. Kellam said, "The large vcte 
may be attributed to the fact that 
people are enjoying good govern- 
merU and they vveht to work to 
jM^serve it." 



The anti-Organizatioi) fo ces new. 
er set.med to get their campaigns 
off the ground, and although seven 
independents had joined together 
under a comman name! before the 
end of the campaign, xhey nevpr 
seemed to agree on a eommM 
platform or conomon g:als. Thejfc 
platforms, collectively and indi* 
vidually, were mainly bised Qip 
negative attitudes. 

The Organization candidates 
campaigned on their record 6f 
good, progressive government in 
Virginia Beach and worked mainly 
on the precinct level, meeting v(tf, 
ers, ringing doorbells and attoA 
ing small meetings and gatheriqgBi 
At no time did the Organization 
attack its opponents personally. ■•■ 

The First Repre-entative Can* 
didates and the lone Republicia 

(Continued on Page 5-A) 




Robert B. Croirw.ll, Jr. 




G. Dewey Simmon. Jr. 



Festival Parade At 10:00 AM 



VmGINlA BEACH - Strutting 
majorettes with precision march- 
ing bands will parade up .Atlantic 
Ave. from 16th' street to 33rd street 
filling the air with music against 
a background cA pounding surf as 
the final public concert of all the 



LLVanS /iDPOintCd Jo lop lost l Booth, the^ Virginia adjutant Gen- particrpaiing bands wh) caT.e 
I I M I eral, joined in the tr&ute to the from 12 states to com-ete in Vir- 



V!RGA"A BEA 'l-Andre Evars, 
legal adviser for the Virginia 
Beach J«y<^e3 has been appin* d 



SOUND RETUIAT was the wrier ads the eetora wm loiraed at te 
end of an awards ceroiMay held TaeMlay at Camp Pcndletoa. "fte 
purpow of the ceremony was (0 hand oat dtattow nd trophies waa 
by vMlooa faati wMa. (Staff Photo hy Moore) 



3mt a-Lymkantm Wmam- 
Xmtj fldMol. Ooen i^arii Fhc De. 
the Dane nd Kcnp^ 



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legal advisor for the state Jay- 
cees organization. 

T^e appointment was msd? re- 
cently by state Jaycee president 
Edward B. White of Richmond. 

Evans is a pa tr.er in the law 
firm of Drewery and Evans on Pa- 
cific .Avenue. He is past pre-ident 
cf the Virginia Beach Jaycees ard 
during his trnure in office was 
s:'ected as the outstanding p.'-es- 
ident in this region. 

Also during his presidency the 
Virginia Beacn chapter of th? Jay- 
cees was select. d as the outstand- 
ing chapter in the region. 

Other Jaycee offices he has 
he'd in Virgl.nja Beach are vice- 
prcsideiH and secr^ary. 

During his four years in the 
layctes. Evaris has won the S 
P. 0. K. E award on the kxral. 
regional and state level The 
award e presented fa- an out- 
stffiiding first year Ja}«ee pro- 
grun. 

Evans has also won a "Spark- 
phi^" award eadi of the four 
years he has been in die Jaycees. 



eral, joined in the tr&ute to the 
officiaJs of Virginia Beach for 
liieir friendly and ctose cocoera- 
tion in support of Virginia military 
activities. Units jf the Virginia 
Army National Guard annraily 
stage their field training at the 
reservation, which is su.-rounded 
by the City. 

"We are grateful." General 
Booth said, "for the assistance 
rendered by the City cf Virginia 
Beach in connectiwi w th the op- 
eration cf the state military res- 
ervation and for the exce'lent co- 
ordination which always prev^s 
between the National Guard and 
the jjeople and officials of the 
City." 

Hie citations were authorized by 
the executive council of the Vir- 
ginia National Guard Association, 
which is devctcd to prwnotion of 
the b^ interMts of the Cmnrna- 
u«alth and the National Guard ac. 
tivtti^ in U)e state. 

Bod) awanb oame as a stH-- 
prise to die city leado^. 



from 12 states to com-ete in Vir- 
ginia Beach's annual Band Fe ti- 
val. Festivities get under^vay at 
10 am. today. 




Following the parade, the vis- 
iting high sciiool students will re- 
lax with su'imming, tours, and 
other forrr.s of recreation. At 1 
p.m. an evaluation meetrng and 
luncheon at the Saxony will be 
heW for all partici';3tng band di- 
rectors and officials. 

Highlight of tonight's closing of 
the fe.>tiva] wiil be ente tiinment 
by the U S .Navy SNw Pand plus 
the special concert by the Falls 
Ciiurch High school Ba-:d at the 
Man B. Shepard Civic Center be- 
ginning at 8 p.m. 

The Un ted States Navy Sh»w 
Band. com'X)"ed cf .Navy musi- 
ciai5 fr-jm the Sc'-col of Mudc, 
U. S. Naval .Amhib" us Bas' rt 
Little Creek, and und:'r the &CfS' 
tion of Senior Chief Musietaa 
Frank G. Forg one has recti^ 
returned frcm a highly succe^w 
tour cf New England. 

Fall' Church Hig'i Scbcol Band, 

nder the direction of Jarre, 6, 
LuiKford, was the winder of tiw 
1965 Fest»val. and is the H<w>r 
Band for this year's event. 

Presentation <rf Awards wiQ 
take^ place at 10 p.m. 

AdnUsrion for the general pGib» 
!ic is $1 -d(»at)Oii. 

The bands bepm arriving Jart 
iwe^end ffiid were boused in var- 
ious luxtiry m(4els akng the oc^ 
front. Oa Moidav fvcnh^ «ac£ 
band sidutel cky officii and dig. 



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BIPMECK BEAUTY SALON 
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Monday tl^ti^i'l ilMPiilf« ^ 
9:00 A. «4 - ^0lfin 



Birdneck ProtesaiiiKri 4Nd 



508 Birdnt 
Va. Be^ 
428-1 



Beginning Monday, June 13th thru the 30th 
Free haircuts with $3.00 shampoo and set 




So0i» Hall 



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SHOPS FOR THE LADIES AND THE'R OAUGHrERC ^ 

MOXOG RAM M INCH! 
H'c arc able to i/ivc nioiioiiraniwiiifj scn'icc 'a'ithiu one 
K'cck. Vflur iMinc or initials in the Ictlmni/ of your 
choice on the item you choose. . 

$1.00 a letter or 
JO a letter if merchandise is purchased at Rose Hall 

Open Monday and Friday etcnings til 9 PM 

31 33 Va. Beach Blvd. Va. Beach, Virginia 



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Meet the competition I Sh : ct 1; . c '- ot curl* 

In Jantzen's authentic oxford 

clotti surfsuit It's circled with chalky 

competition stripes, the front is laced, the back 

has a wax pocket (Sigh. Remember when wo 

had to carry the wax in our mouths?) 

Flag red, powder blue, navy. 

50% Lirelle rayon, 50;; cotton. Si:es 8-16 ^v' 

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Vows Exchanged 



Mrs. Robert Glenn Dunn (Boke Photo) 



VIRGL\a BEACH-Miss Linda 
Darlene Rudd became the bride 
of Pfc. Rabert Glenn Dunn. USA, 
on Saturday in the Star of the Sea 
Catholic Church with a formal 
double ring ceremony performed 
at 3 p.m. by the Rev. Edmund 
KoUar. 

The bride is the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Ciarles Edward Rudd 
of 2301 N. Wolfsnare drive. The 
bridegrocm's parents are Mr. and 
Mrs. Sandy G. Dunn of Norfolk. 

Given in marriage by her fa- 
ther, the bride ware a long white 
chiffon gown with empire waist 
and lace badice, her e'baw length 
veil featured a headpiece of white 
organza roses in clusters and 
pearls. She carried a cascade of 
w:hite roses and lillies of the valley. 

Serving as maids of h-nor were 
Miss Karen Kanzenbsck and Miss 
Rose Lee Barnett. Bridesmaids 
were Miss Sharon Wiria-Tis, Miss 
Bari Hudson of McLean, and Miss 
Sherrie Coats of HDUJtan. Texas, 
cousin of the bride. 

Charles Peraino of Nrrfo'k was 



the best man. Ushers were Mi- 
chael Dunn, brother of the bride- 
groom; Joseph EiUer of Norfolk, 
cousin of the t«Me; and Ellis 
Early. Kennetli Sielton served as 
ring bearer, and junior grooms- 
man was Mark Dunn, the bride- 
groom's brother. 

The reception was held at the 
first and second class petty offi- 
cers club in Oceana and was fol- 
lowed by a wedding trip to Char- 
lottsville and the Shennaidoah Val- 
ley. 



Picnic Sat 

LYNNHAVEN-Plaza Little 
League will hold the annual pic- 
nic on Sunday, June 19, at 1 p.m. 
for the families of the little leagues 
at the Lynnhaven school. 

Queen of the little leagues will 

be crowned at the festivities, and 

it 'is expected the K-9 corps will 
be present. 



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JWe are proud of having dedicated our lives to the preserva- 
tion cf this grest tradition. 

When W3 take a few days vacation we usually spend it at a 
•hau--stylu;g sh^w or at a special class somewhere studying ad- 
vance techniques or testing new products. And we love every 
fnuiute, 

OUR NOkFOLK LOCATION 

7500 GRANBY ST.. WARDS CORNER Phone 5831819 

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1. •ROSE 

2. ROSE MOTIF 
' S. PLTUTAN 

4. LADY CLAIRE 

Qund cncnnd) 

All prim for 6-pieu blaa 
uUUp. (Federal Tax ImcL) 



Here ii the last word in table*^ distinction 
—matchless Stieff Sterling. Ridi in de- 
tail, lovely Toroer— Stieff is as formal 
or casual as your taste demands. Come 
in today . . . choose from 12 different, 
luxury-weight patterns in Rowing solid 
silrer. 



Frank R. Ford Co. 

VIRGINIA BEACH NORFOLK 

SMI ATLA>rnC AVENUE 2ZI GRANBY STREET 

VtMtn . 'lMA^S3S4 

MEMBER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 



f-^ariu oLtne 




A jooi party at this tme of 
year usualty si^ests college stu- 
dents free from books aod iyy 
covered walls, eatii^ hamburgers 
aSd hotdcg-, ar.d g.ving each otn- 
er a fraternal grip. "Hie high 
sdicol crowd, discu-sing worW- 
shsking events with chips and 
candy bars also enjoy pool par- 
ties. Tney arrive on inuijri>u».i ;, 
the girls with stresmlng hair, 
wearing stretch pamts; the t)oys 
with beatle cuts and c^mf jrtc^le 
in gaily flowered jams. 

Mrs. CJfford R. Sawyer, who 
lives in Bay Coteny, entertained 

Grads Honored 

BLROKWOOD - Rebecca Jane 
^rgos, daughter of Mr. and Hrs. 
Janes Spargos, of Rope Lane, re- 
cently graduated from Princess 
Anne High" School. 

Ribecca, is the fall, will be a 
student at Old Dcminkn College 
where she will major in elemen- 
tary education. She hopes m grad- 
uation to bec;/me an Air une 
^swardess, travel around the 
world and then te^ in the local 
sehocls. 

A graduation recepti<Hi was held 
at tne Sipargos home, with toasts 
given to fedow graduates— iBilly 
Davis, Henry Yanc^r, Bii Joslyn, 
Harvey Shapiro, Gwynne Joslyn, 
Janet Faulhaiber, Vicki Johnson, 
and Carolyn Woodruff. 

Other students who attended 
were Skip Wilkins, Georgia Babe, 
Barbara Shapiro, Allie Hudgins, 
Ed Eggar, Richard Spargos, Bar- 
bara Elton of Swantsn, Ohio, cous- 
in of Rebecca, and the maternal 
grandmother, Mrs. Harry Under- 
wood of Toledo, Ohio. 

Guests included Mr. and Mrs. 
Earl Faulhaber, and ^er daugh- 
ters Vicki and Caprice of Balti- 
more; who were former residents 
of Virginia Beach; and Mr. and 
Mrs. Irving Shapiro of Baltimore, 
and William Walston of Norfolk. 

A farewell toast was offered to 
Cdr. and Mrs. Eugene Manley 
soon to be stationed at Andrews 
Air Force Base. 




Pre-Nuptial Parties 



VIRGINIA BE.\CH-"Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles Lee M'ason Sr., will 
entertain on Friday eveniag, June 

17, in honor of their son, Charles 
Lee Mason, Jr., and Miss LaRay 
Hope Williams, whose marriage 
will take place on Saturdav, June 

18, at Oaklette Methodist Church, 
Chesapeake. 

The party will l)e held in their 
home, 1448 Five Forks Foad, Thor- 
oughgood, and will follow the wed- 
ding rehearsal." 

Miss Williams will entertain her 
bridesmaids at a brunch to be 
held on June 18, at ten thirty 
o'clock, at the Holiday Inn, Mili- 
tary Highway. 

The guests will include Mi-s 
Linda .Marie WilWams; Mrs. Mi- 
chael Irvin, of Martlnsviile; Mrs. 
Robert Jones; Mrs. Frank Re- 
David; Miss Pansy Hudler, of 
Jacksonville, North Carolina; Miss 
Margaret E. Worth, cf Southern 
Pi.nes, North Carolina; Miss Betty 
Ann Carey; and Little Miss Tra- 
cey Forbes, cf Moyock, North 
Carolina. 

Also. Mrs. L. Belmont Williams; 
M.'^. R. Lee Carey and Mrs. Dean 
S. Potter, Jr." 



By OLCA EDWARDS 



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h:r Linkhom Pafk Gardea Club 
lest Wfick at a dVf;rci t kni of 
pci3l -artly. After a siiort business 
meetjig, lolling in d^airs around 
.her private po.l. the menl>8irs en- 
joyt^ a beautu'olly a:^f;ointed gour- 
met liincheon "fit for a k'Ji^!" 
Such dishes as^a r&sin com pad- 
ding, pickled bean salad, crib 
meat au gratin. jeiloed lime and 
cotti.g^ cheese salid, S nithfeld 
him, f.-ied chicken, and three 
ci-eations of potato salad wara 
there and Deviled eggs a la Lumrh- 
burg, preceded by a gia-.pu.Tch 
hour srd followed by honey 
squares and chocolste cake. Cal- 
ories were not disciissed! 

Tiie hostess wore a curtor made 
black siik bathing suit which cwn- 
plimented her blonde hair. Jean 
makes beautiful lfashio.iab'e suits 
and sells them. She mentioned a 
black lace beach coat that went 
with the suit. A Navy wife, Jodl^ 
was reared on Long Island, and is 
foon moving closer to the Atla.ntic. 
Her casual hospitality reflects her 
wide traveling with the Captain 
and her family. 

All members were fashionably 
attired; Bergie Rose's ipirJc knit 
bathing suit with large hat was 
Icvely. iSie swam in tl^ large pool 
insured for privacy by a Walpole 
feace. Mary Elizabeth Crump look- 
ed like a daffodil in her highwaist- 
ed pale yellow Jersey dirndl sport 
dress. Mariia Townsend, an ex- 
cellent swimmer, wore a dress- 
maker flowered bathing suit with 
an enormous yellow lipea hat. Ed- 
na Lam's sun glasses and shift 
were in^^'pressive w^ile Anita Mal- 
bon, president, was attired in a 
Hawaiian sleeveless print with 
square cut neckline. Mable Kanta- 
pantos wore a white lacy sundress 
and Ruth Pardue's denim sport 
dress with full skirt was outstand- 
ing. Others were individual in 

Lynnhaven GC 

LYiNNHAVEN— Members of the 
Lynnhaven Garden Club brought 
a covered dish for the annual in- 
stallation luncheon held recently 
at the home of Mrs. Curtis Diggs. 
Mrs. Lloyd Hershi)erger presided 
over the installation oif officers at 
a very inrjpressive candlelight ca- 
emony. 

Originality and artistry were dis- 
played by the members who cre- 
ated and were their soring bon- 
nets. Judges for the hats were 
from the Birdneck Garden Club. 
Blue awards went to .Mrs. C. W. 
Jemigan, Mrs. T. C. Hunter, Mrs. 
John Potter, and Mrs. Dean Pot- 
ter. Red awards were won by Mrs. 
W. F. Miller, Mrs. C R. WhHe, 
and Mrs. W. R. Payne Jr. 

Awards for tie most artistic ar- 
rangements made during the year 
were presented to J^rs. C. W. Jsr- 
nigan. In ■ the novice class, Mrs. 
C R. White received the award. 
Mrs. Harry Billups received an 
award for entering the most in 
horticulture. 

Mrs. W. R. Payne, Jr., outgoing 
president received a moneyed 
gift for her splendid job. 




Gets Degree 

i^SHLAND, WIS.^Beverly Pitts 
of Virginia Beach has received her 
BS. degree from Northland Col- 
lege in Ashland, Wis. 

Miss Pitts, daughter of Mr. C 
D. Pitts of 3105 Basin Rd., was 
awarded her degree at commence- 
ment on May 29. 

Miss Pitts majored in art w4iile 
minoring in physical education at 
Northland. She is a 1931 graduate 
of Washburn High School in Wash- 
bum, Wis. 

Northland is a fully accredited 
liberal arts college in A^and, 
Wisconsin, on the south shore of 
Lake Superior. 



Individual alumnae honors were 
presented to Mrs. Fenton F. 
Priest who has served twice as 
natranal president of the national 
alumnae association at the re- 
union held recently at Mary Bal- 
win College. 



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Mrs. Clifford Sawyer (in beach chair) was hostess to the LinldKnn 
Park Garden €Iub of which she is a member. 



beach sandals, beach bags and 
summer dress. We missed Ruth 
Drew who stuck to her post at the 
box office selling tickets to "See 
How They Run" which opened this 
night. _ 

Drain Pipe Dedication 

Once in a great while a rather 
unusual bit of news, like flotsam 
and jetsian, floats by and com- 
mands our attention and interest. 
All of us are party to and recog- 
nize the criticism directed to our 
city government because they r,e- 
ver seem to do the things wanted 
'on tiire and sometimes they sesm 
to neglect action completely. But 
the two men who carried the 
roeysage to Garcia" in this in- 
stance are C. S. Keiler. dire, tor 
of public works, and citv engi'ieer 
Earl HoHoman. The subject was 



the completed installation of the 
Drain Pipe at 83 street. Truly 
" 'twas a consummation devoutly 
wished" and was participated in 
by the interested willing residents 
who performed from time to time 
some physical labor side by side 
with the workmen. U^on comple. 
tion and at the home of Mr. and 
Mrs. A. C. Hardy (see letter in 
Forum from him in today's issue) 
they staged a "wetting-down par- 
ty" in honor of Mr. Keiler, Mr. 
HoHoman and THE DRAIN PIPE. 

The^hafyy party givers acid their 
hon;»-ed guests <wci« Mrs.. Helen 
Booker, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. 
F. L. Fair. Mrs. Helen Denton. 
Mrs. H. W. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. 
Charles Kenneday, Flight Surgeon 
U S N Lt. and Mrs. Calvin Peters, 
and Keiler and Holloman. 




THE SHAPES OF SUMMER 
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with white cotton ruching. 

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MdiENNAN-^URlRINiGTON 

GREENSBORO, N.C.-^Mr. and 
Mrs. Dani^ Ctmimie McLennan 
of 3814 Madison Ave., Greensboro, 
annouiice the engagement of t'leir 
daughter, Miss Elliza Jane Mc- 
Lennan, to Charles Edward Mc- 
Gwigan Purrington of Virginia 
Beach. He is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Phil^ Parker Purrington of 
211 68th street. 

Miss Md^nnan is a teacher in 
Ralei^ city schools in North Car- 
olina. She went to Randolph-Macon 
WC, is a graduate of the Univer- 
sity of N. C. at Chapel Hill. She 
is a memb«- of Delta Delta Delta 
sorority, Raleigh Spinsters Club, 
and was presented at the l%9 
State Ball at Raleigh. 

Mr. Purrington attended Nor. 
folk's WilHatn and Mary College, 
is a member of the Princess Anne 
Country Club and a member of 
the New York Stock Exchange. He 
is a registered representative of 
Mason Co., Inc. 

The wedding will take place in 
Greensbifro on August 6 at 5 p.gi. 



mw OFFICERS of the Little Creek Officer's Wives club are (left U 
right) Mrs. Now, President; Mrs. Sahaj, first vice-president; Mrs. Tur- 
dum, second vice-president; Mrs. Griswoid, recording Secretary; Mrs. 
DoUemneyer, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Heidom, treasurer. 

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Elm. Ed Degree 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Rosena Ew- 
ers,, 213 Play Drive, has received 
a bachelor of science in demen- 
tary education degree at the June 
4 commencement exercises at St. 
Francis College, Fort W^yne, In- 
diana. 



By Douglas Barnes 
LITTLE CREEK - There is 
something about a model! And 
there is something about a Navy 
(Wife, too! Color them both am- 
bitious, brave, capable, different, 
fascinating, glamorous, and all 
adjectives complimentary. Service 
people in Tidewater add a proud 
tradition; models add beauty and 
knowhow— they could be one and 
the same. They are what men 
have fought for since time began. 

Last week, the Little Creek Of- 
ficers Wives clido met in the swank 
club ballroom foir cocktails, a rose 
luncheon, installed officers, and 
enjoyed a fashion show presented 
by Rose Hell. 

The more than 400 ladies, seated 
in the ballroom ahd overflowing 
into adjoining rooms, elected Mrs. 
John G. Now as president; Mrs. 
Joseph Sahaj, first vice president; 
Mrs. Frederick Purdum, second 
vice president; Mrs. Richard A. 
Griswoid, recording secretary; 
Mrs. June K. DoUenmegar, cor- 
responding secretary; and Mrs. 
Laurence H. Heidom, treasurer. 

Multi-colored paper roses in 
magnolia leaves decorated the 
long banquet tables and were cre- 
ated by the arrangement and dec- 
orating committee with Mrs. C. 
W. Ward as chairman. The hos- 




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PHIBTRALANT, had Mrs. F. M. 
Vannoy as diairman. At the main 
table sat also Mrs. C. E. Duncan, 
Mrs. Vannoy, Mrs. R. G. Ander- 
son, Mrs. A. M. Harris, Mrs. C 
W. Ward, Mrs. H. H. AuU, Mrs. 
R. E. Mack, Mrs. V. J. Vaughan, 
Mrs. B. B. Whitham, Mrs. M. Kel- 
ly, and Mrs. R. Morgan. Mrs. 
Vaughan i$ publicity chairman- 
Mrs. N- P. Watkins is past presi- 
dent, and presiding in her place 
was Mrs. R. M. Harris. 

Hie famous Renoir painting 
"Abres au Bord d'un Fleuve", 
which the Norfolk museum is rais. 
ing money to purchase, was on ' 
display during the social hour. 

Rose Hall Specialty Shop pre- 
sented the loveliest of models (Gre 
chan Holzeweig, Vera Pennington, 
Beverley Whitten, Linda Wirt, Bar- 
bara Claybaugh, and Bert Harper) 
in an extravazanga of sensibly 
priced, high-fashion , outfits. Su- 
zanne Lawton and John Giliand 
were commentators w^ile mood 
music was provided by Mrs. Aull. 

The ladies watched for over an 
hour as bathing suits, at home 
and specator outfits, scortswear 
and summer knits, church and 
travel attire, cocktail, date, din- 
ner, dinner-dancing, and evening 
dresses were disolayed with the 
latest in accessories. 

Huge drop earrii^, fashionable 
umbrellas, 9traw bags, white lea- 
ther bags, two-tone siwes, beaded 
and gold evening purses compli- 
mented such ^jparel. 

Among the fascinating fashions 
shown were a red, white and blue 
nautical bathing suit with white 
island cover-i^3, a yellow slack 
seti with hood' & beijfe; blaiik'and 
blue three-piece jacket dress, a 
white sheath with black ruffles, a 
yellow long sleeve shift, and a 
floor length aqua evening gown 
with beaded front. 



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HANDS Winners 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The Council 
of Garden Clubs elf Virginia Beach 
rnet recently at LiJte Wright Motor 
Lodge during which the award 
winners of Sear's HANDS piEcgram 
werj announced. 

Tboroughgood Garden Club re- 
ceived the first award for club 
Year Books which were ha.id- 
made, partly hand-made or mim- 
eografrfied; and Great Neck Gar- 
den Club won the second award. 
For the best printed year book, 
Birdneck Point Garden Club was 
first./and Cavalier Garden Club 
second. 

The dubs conducting the best 
anti-litter campaign won awards. 
First went to Cavalier Garden 
Club, and second was Whispering 
Pines Garden C3ub. 

The Club scrapbodc contest was 
won by llioroughgood Garden Club 
while Cavalier Garden Club re- 
ceived the second award. 

Mrs. August H. Culpepoer, pres-' 
ident of the CoundJ, welcomed 
Mrs. H. 0. Freeman, president of 
the Norfolk Federation of Garden 
Clubs, as a guest. Mrs. Lawrence 
Tucker, Litterbug chairman, was 
welcomed back frwn a European 
trip. Winnhig litterbug posters 
were on display. 

A report on the HANDS Work^ 
shop held recently in Jackson, 
Mississippi, was given by Mrs. 
Arthur H. Gallagher, chairman of 
the program, w4io attended. 

Lake Smith Terrace Garden 
Club was accepted and welcomed 
as a meniber of the Council. 

Princess Anne High School Mad- 
rigal Singers oitertained the 
Council members with several 
beautiful songs. 

The nect scheduled meeting will 
be held in September at the Pem- 
broke Manor Civic League Build- 
ing. 

GWU Grads 

* WASHINGTON, D.C.-Two stu- 
dents from Virginia Beach, receiv- 
ed degrees from Tlie George Wash- 
ington University at the conclusion 
of the 1966 spring semester. 

George Washington, founded in 
1821, is a private, non-sectarian, 
co-educational institution of s~me 
12,000 students and is located four 
blocks west of the White Houste 
in the Nation's Capital. 

Among the graduates were Betty 
Ruth Bevan, 429 Godspeed Rd., 
Bachelor of Arts in International 
Affairs and William Hann. 4212 
Battery Rd., Master of Science, 
Personal Administration. 




Virginia Beach SUN/Tfiursday, June 16, 1966 : 



CAVALIER GARDEN CLUB award winners receiving silver bowls 
were .Mrs. Almond, Mrs. Hoffmeister, and Mrs. Spessard. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH-The Cava- 
lier Garden Club held its May 
meeting in the garden at the home 
of Mrs. Emmett Kyle. Mrs. Wil- 
liam H. Brown, president, presid- 
ed. 

New members welcomed into 
the club were Mrs. John Sweet, 
Mrs. John A. Haflin, Mrs. B. M. 
Stanton, Mrs. Paul Holderbaum, 
and Mrs. Louis Wimbish. 

Mrs. E. A. Hoffmeister installed 
the new officers for the coming 
year who are Mrs. William H. 
Brown, president; Mrs. Reuben F. • 
Trant, first viccipresident; Mrs. 
Kenneth Treschow, second vice 
president; Mrs. S. R. Brocken- 
brough, recording secretary; Mrs. 
Lowery D. Finley, corresponding 
secretary; and Mrs. G. A. Mc- 
Quire, treasurer. 

Mrs. James A. MurjAy was ap- 
pointed historian, and Mrs. Hoff- , 
meister as parliamentarian. 

Pictures were shown of winners 
in the recent Judges Show in Nor- 
folk. Mrs. Hoffmeister was com- 
plimented for winning tri-color in 
tables. 

Mrs. L. 0. Clark Jr. awarded 

Commissioned 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Stacy F. 
Garrett III of 500 Thalia Road, 
has been commissioned a second 
lieutenant in the regular U. S. 
Army, following graduation cere- 
monies held at the College of Wil- 
liam & Mary in William-burg re- 
cently. 

Richard S. R^noMs Jr., chair- 
man of the board of Reynolds 
Metals Co, and Civilian Aide for 
Virginia to the Secretary of the 
Army, addressed some 40 grad- 
uating seniors who became of- 
ficers in thfe Army and Marine 
Corps during the exercises. 



the Louise Saunders bowl to Mrs. 
Hoffmeister for showing the most 
effort during the year. 

Mrs. Rudolph Watson awarded a 
silver bowl to Mrs. V. K. Almond 
Jr. for receiving the lai-gest num- 
ber of points in horticulture, and 
a silver bowl was awarded Mrs, 
R. H. Spessard Jr. for the most 
points in arrangements. 

Mrs. Brown announced Mrs. P. 
H. Allen, Mrs. William G. Thomp. 
son Jr. and Mrs. Clark will serve 
on the nominating committee for 
the coming year. 

Twenty-four lovely May baskets 
were brought to the meeting to be 
turned over to patients in the 
hospital. 

Mrs. Kyle gave a talk on the 
"Beauty of a Rose". "You only 
have to bring a single rose into 
a rcom to make that room beau- 
tiful", she said. 

The club members enjoyed a 
picnic lunch prepared by Mrs. 
Clark and Mrs. Hoffmeister after 
which they toured the rose garden. 




The Old U.S. Naval Hospital at Portsmouth was 
remodeled in 1 907. 

. . . Then H. D. Oliver had been serving Tide- 
water for 42 years. 

Ori^inallv built in 1X26. tlic rortsiiiouth 
Xaval llosjiital w.i.s thi' l.'ir^cst, fiiiot and most 
fanidus institutions of its kind. In \-^)7 . it was 
iMilar^al and rcmodekd to hetter serve the 
*'nien who went down to the >fa in sliip>". In 
1907, II, I), Oliver also served Tidewater, of- 
ferinif the experience of 42 years in handlinj; 
the eonmumity's Inifial and funeral services. 
Xow 1()0 vears experience harks II. I), Oliver's 
services. Von can he assured that a competent, 
experiinced staff will handle every detail in the 
two modern facilities, including' the newest at 
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WILLLAMSBURG-The College 
of William and Mary ended its 
273rd academic year on June 12 
with traditional Commencement 
exercises involving more than 700 
degree recipients. 

Among those were eleven from 
Virginia Beach. Nancy Lee Got- 
wald received honors in sociology 
and anthroipology, and others re- 
ceiving degrees were Melrose Dig- 
nam Chappell, William Charles 
Harris. Stacy F, Garrett IH, Ed- 
ward Wilcox Hanson Jr,, Ann 
Farmer Jeffries, Josephine An- 
nette Jones, Rebecca Randolph 
Kellam, Mary Elizabeth Knee. Ha. 
zel Johnson Tucker .and John Rus- 
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CHAIRMAN OF YEARBOOK, litterbug, and scrapbook committees of 
the CAVALIER GARDEN CLUB show the awards their club won at 
the recent meeting of the Council of Garden Clubs of Virginia Beach. 
Loft to right, Mrs. V. K. Almond with her second prize for yearbook; 
Mrs. Earl C. Moore with the first award for litterbug poster; and Mrs. 
J. A. Murphy, Jr. with her award for strapbook. (Staff Photo) 



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TTie Problems Of Surfing At Virginia Beach 



There has been a tendency by all 
those ccwicerned to push the many surf- 
ing problems at Virginia Beach "under 
the rug", but the^ can no longer be ig- 
fKsred. They must be looked upon as 
real problems that are with us now and 
are likely to get worse. As far as can be 
determined, the solution to the prob- 
lems »e difficult and may even be im- 
p<»sible, but at least they bear discuss- 
ing. 

Now that a new and larger area for 
surfing has been opened at Sandbridge 
we may see a few less surfers at the 
south end of the beach in Virginia 
Beach Borough, but only a few. The 
new Little Island area at Sandbridge is 
very nice and we are certain that it will 
be used, but it is quite a way from the 
populated area; thus presenting a trans- 
portation problem. And the road to 
Sandbridge is still far from being ideal. 

The surfers, however, seem to be a 
resourceful group, and we feel sure 
they will be using the new area to com- 
plete advantage. The old area around 
Steel Pier then may be less used or can 
be used by new surfers. 

Surfing has become an important 
sport in Virginia Beach, although the 
waves are not really right for surfing. 
Surfers come from the entire area to 
participate in this sport. The old area 
on Memorial Day weekend was ex- 
tremely dangerous. 

There were so many surfers there 
that traffic in the water was unbeliv- 
able. Several persons were injured by 
unmanned and unguided boards and 
many new boards sported "dings" after 
the weekend outing. One was remind- 
ed of traffic on Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard during rush hour while viewing 
the scene. The surfers appeared to be 
navigating a watery obstacle course. 



Obviously the surfers themselves 
must engage in every possible safety 
practice, and they must obey the rules 
and regulations set up by the city of 
Virginia Beach. Otherwise they must be 
prosecuted, as many have already been. 

The big problem is, of course, not 
enough for so many surfers, particularly 
on a nice, sunny day when the "sur's 
up". And we do not know the answer. 
Two areas have been provided now, at 
Steel Pier and at Sandbridge. They 
should take care of a large number of 
surfers, and we hope that the problems 
are solved, at least for the time being. 
But we are not being optimistic. We ex- 
pect new problems * the sport contin- 
ues to grow. The surfers feel they are 
being "put upon" by not having 
enough area, but they sometimes do 
not realize the problems that the city 
has in providing enough area. 

The surfers, obviously, cannot ply the 
waves in front of motels, hotels and 
residential areas, because of the danger 
to swimmers. This leaves very little 
area, therefore compounding the prob- 
lem. The surfers themselves have been 
most co-operative for the most part. 
They have policed themselves, keeping 
out an element which causes trouble. 
They have also seen that most of their 
number keeps within the naw. And 
they have accepted their lot relatively 
well. We cannot, however, blame them 
for complaining that they do have 
enough designated space for surfing. 
Unfortunately, we know of no solution 
to the problem, and it is likely to get 
worse. 

We can only suggest that everyone 
involved work togethc to keep the 
problem from getting out of hand and 
work toward an equitable solution. 




The New Recreational Area 



The New City Council 



The new Virginia Beach City Coun- 
cil has been elected and will soon take 
office. We hope the members will take 
office for a full four-year term, as they 
rightfully should. That now is up to the 
U. S. Supreme Court, but, it is even 
more obvious than ever before that the 
seven-f<wr laourough and at-large ap- 
portionment plan is equitable and 
workable. 

In this election,_the eleven Organiza- 
tion candidates have been successful, 
and for that we are pleased. The vot- 
ers of Virginia Beach have seen the re- 
sults of the excellent and progressive 
government in our city in the past and 
have elected those who will continue 
the same policies. We feel that the vot- 
ers have made wise choices, and were 
not fooled by the negative lattitude of 
the independent aspirants. 

We hope that those who opposed the 
winners will now rally behind fhem for 
the good of the city of Virginia Beach. 
Thp voters have had their say and they 
have duly elected the eleven they want- 
ed. Now it is up to everyone" to support 
those eleven for the successful opera- 
tiwi of good municipal government. 

It is envious that some of those op- 
posirtg the seven-four plan were doing 
so for political reasons. But surely they 
can n<?w see that the plan is a good one. 
All ttm people voted on all the candi- 
dates and, even numerically speaking, 
elected representatives from boroughs 
artd on en at-large basis. Now we can 
only hope that the Supreme Court will 
weigh aH the evidence and note well 
the diversity of interests in Virginia 
Beach. We also hope the high court will 
look at the results of this election. If the 
justi<^ do that, then there is no reason 
why theplen should not stand for many 

Wa ^r^ratulate Hie winners in the 



City CoUncil election and look forward 
to the continuation of the good govern- 
ment we have come to expect in Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Students And Jobs 

There are many unemloyed high 
school students this summer who would 
like to be employed. Unfortunately 
they could not find jobs. The reasons 
they could not find jobs are varied, and 
in many cases, the fault lies with the 
student. 

Long before school closed this year 
the Virginia Beach branch of the Vir- 
ginia Employment Service worked 
closely with school officials in efforts to 
find jobs for students wishing to be 
employed this summer. The program 
was highly successful, and the idea is 
to be complimented and supported 
with the hope that even more can be 
done next year. 

It is obvious, however, that there are 
bound to be more students than jobs, 
si,:e summer help in too many cases in 
Virginia Beach, is obtained from other 
areas of the state and even from other 
states. We do not understand why so 
many Virginia Beach merchants and 
businessmen hire students from other 
areas so readily when there are willing 
work^s living here. 

In other cases it is the student's fault 
if he c*inot find a job. Too often he is 
looking for a part-time job with little 
or rK) exertion required an^-J with top 
executive pay. 

We admit that jobs can be hard to 
find, but if every effort is made by the 
students, we feel certain that a jc^ of 
some kind can be found. If not, there 
axe always plenty of enterprising jobs 
to be done in neighborhoods by those 
not afraid about hard v/ork. 



We congratulate the city fathers of 
Virginia Beach on a job well done. Less 
than a year after purchasing a new 
ocean and bay area at Sandbridge for 
recreational purposes, the park is open, 
at least on a limited scate. The new 
park, to be known as Little Island recre- 
ation area, has been opened to the pub- 
lic, but the weather last weekend was 
not co-operative. 

The new area, so far, does not have 
a great deal to offer, bur there is plenty 
of beautiful beach, a surfing area, a 
place for picnics, a concession stand 
and the like. In the near future, bath- 
house facilities will be provided. There 

A Permanent Solution Needed 

The Board of Directors of the General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach has done a 
fine thing in providing the basement 
floor, of the old facility in Virginia 
Beach Borough for a hospitality house 
for servicemen thfs'summer. That solves 
the immediate and initial problem of 
location this summer, but does not set- 
tle anything for the future, since the site 
is not available after Labor Day. 

The Virginia Beach Ministerial Asso- 
ciation, in co-operation with the Vir- 
ginia Beach Recreation Commission has 
taken a giant stride in providing this 
facility. A hospitality center for service- 
men in Virginia Beach is not new. In 
fact such a center was operated at Gali- 
lee Church nearly two decades ago. But 
now the ministers and the recreation, 
folks are looking for a permanent place 
with a planned operation, first in the 
summer and then all year long. 

Money is hard to come by. The USO 
has promised planning and moral sup- 
port, but not financial. There is hope of 
working through the Navy Y in Nor- 
folk to get UCF funds. We support that 
idea, but would like to see the Virginia 
Beach facility set up with a budget of 
its own in the next UCF budget, per- 
haps with city aid as well. 

At this time, a military and civilian 
committee is boking further into the 
situation, and we hope they find some 
good permanent answers. We highly 
endorse the idea of a servicemen's hos-' 
pitality center in Virginia Beach, not on- 
ly in the summer, but twelve months of 
every year. 



IS a godd road to the new area and 
there are §(pod parking facilities. There 
are big plaVis ahead for the area, in- 
cluding possibly a musuem, and We 
look forw^ to the eventual complet- 
ion ofjk$ new area. 

Frdm the day we first heard the area 
was to be purchased by the city we 
were delighted. Now that part of it is 
actually open to the public, we are even 
Virginia Beach and our tourist friends 
more delighted. We urge all citizens of 
to take advantage of this ideal setting 
for recr^j'-ion. 

Now we look to City Council for the 
swift completion of a good road to 
Sandbridgfe. 

Virginia Beach Summer Police 

Some years ago city officials came 
up with the idea of hiring law students 
during the summer to augment the reg- 
ular police-force in Virginia Beach. This 
has beens^a highly successful endeavor 
and in the years the program has been 
in effect, a number of fine young men 
have been a part of it -— 

This year there are law students from 
colleges in Virginia, North Carolina, and 
Tennssce, all carefully screened and 
chosen from a large number of appli- 
cants. Ten of the more than thirty serv- 
ing this summer also were on the spec- 
ial police force last year. Only the very 
best applicants are selected each year, 
and high caliber police work has been 
the result. 

Actually this summer police force, 
made u^ of law students, is a fine thing. 
It not only gives the law students an 
opportunity to work under excellent 
conditions in a related field of t heir 
intended profession. 

The young policemen are not just put 
on the street&.and told to act like police- 
mien. They are trained as carefully as 
possijale in short training classes in the 
facets of their job. They are instructed 
.in si/ch subjects as crimnal law, arrest 
procedures, search and seizure, court 
proc^L-res, Virginia Beach ordinances, 
warrants, traffic, use of firearms and 
Report writing, use of police radios, 
juvenile problems. 

Jhe program has been a good one 
for all concerned and we take great 
pride in it. 



Consulting Attumey Sought 



(Continued fitwi P9gf 1 A> 
the l*e, sponsored ^ and for the 
beiefit cf religious, charitai)Ie, 
ahK-atk»^ and circ gr«i^s' in- 
stead d the $300 plus percettage 
of proceeds paid by cwimaeroai 
shows. 

Several other wate* line an^^i- 
atiaos, and reports came up be- 



Russell Hatetett said ioe water 
lines planned' in the Konrsvill^ 
Prjvidaice ^^o^d-vta vfl be in- 
^alkd i^ioi Ute dly fbilihes in- 
Matt^ a «tater mhiin tb tti; si^ 
dlvUSM. Th» cMV ttC] URIC JIM 
its M6MI aiivwtaaiieitf tor bids 
ftff fte ffetijeei June -fa. 

Tbecky pM ai^ertisad for the 
lioes Im Bxtefa.' Aft^ tiie M 



for the wark is accepted work is 
expected to take about 200 days. 

CouncU also authoriied the Pub- 
lic Utilities DepaHnent {i p'an 
water styvice in Hoire rtead and 
the installation of water lines in 
Knob Hal. .^va'on Terrace, Ava- 
lon HiUs. Haven He^s. Koi^js- 
ville Msam, Westview, Wood^odc 
and li^iia. 



GuWs-Eye View 

BY N. S. CROW 



IP 



How dare Mr. Cky Treasurer 
■ay tiiat I was eating crow at tte 
barbecue for Seiator RAertsffli 
laiA Friday at Princess Anne ffigh 
School. Just what doas he think I 
am . . .a cannibal? If there was 
any crow eaten there by Mr. 
D(wning or anyone else, I dd not 
knew it, and I was right ftere 
perched on top cf the pjrutoa 
gyrating the two sides cf the 
cafeteria. 

All I bad to eat though was bar- 
bscue at $l a plata, and I'll have 
it .l^own here and now I made 
a little contributiDn. I real'y re- 
sent all this talk about eating 
crew. Let's leave the personalties 
of my family out of this. 

Mr. Etiiieridge says his friends 
and collegues "convinced" hkn 



that Senator Spong was 



a good. 



oai;db!6, young man in la^t year's 
State Senate campaigns. If it t:ok 
practically all of 1985, poor Mr. 
Etheridge must have rnissed a 
powerful lot of convincing and 
those new found convictions could 
net be very strong. 

Then Mr. Etheridge says that 
his friends and collegues and last 
year's poll workers have "chang- 
ed" I don't think liiiey have chang. 
ed. I thirii the City Treasurer 



miainde-ilood. They supported 
Mr. S;3ng for a ragmar b2rth in 
the minor leagues. They didn't 
say anything f^bout sendiDg him 
up to the majors. ReaHy, Mr. Eth- 
eridge this is anotfaer electim en- 
tii^y, and I tMnk it is a mighty 
knportant one. Of course, tlK ones 
last year were krportairt t:o, but 
relatively speaking, a atatewide 
office is surely more in^rtant 
than a state dlMrict office. And 
remember k>ts of winning pitchers 
in the minors can't make it in 
the major leagues. 

Well, nqw that tlie City Coun- 
cil election is over and all liie 
litter from the camipaign posters 
and literature is cleaned i^, my 
peroh <m Pacific Avenue should 
be providing a lot mop^senatorial 
activity scenery. Let's hope so. I 
want to hear some issues, not just 
how old one man is and how young 
another is. Come on, gang, let's 
get in there and fi^ a real good 
clean fight. 

Gotta be going now. Have to see 
my cousin, Walter "Clay" Pigeon, 
who lives in the I>ame. I want 
him to reserve me a good gull's 
eye view of the Robertson pro- 
ceedings there Saturday. 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH 
OPEN FORUM 



Dear Sir: 

Being a subscriber to the Vir- 
ginia Beacii Sun I always enjoy 
reading your Editorials. I esipe- 
claDy enjoyed your Editorial in 
the June 9th edition concerning 
"The Welfare of our Children", 
thinking when I was reading it, 
how very true every word of it 
was. I live in the Princess Anne 
Plaza and have had to stop my 
car many times in order for the 
children to get out of tJie street, 
only to have them retreat to the 
curb and throw sticks and stines 
at the car. 

However, during the school 
year, we of th?^ area have another 
safety hazard regarding tiie p:rk- 
in,g of Echcol busses. The drivers 
park in front cf the'r own homes 
and this means they are directly 
across the driveway 6f-.the home 
across the street from- them. This 
happened to us throughout the 
entire school year. This bus was 
not only a hazard to t'ii« tr-f'i^ 
on this street (the street is too 
narrow to accommodate arked 
bu-ses and the ncr-ral fbw of- 
traffic). Also during the week and 
erpeciaUy week ends the children 
in the nsighbcrhocd are allowed 
to use the bus as a playhouse. 
Tiiiey were in it, on it and und:r 
it. disregarding the traffic, r.one 
were injured by the passing cars, 
which was a miracle. 

It is my opinion that drivers 
should not be hired unless they 
can prove they have a .parking 
space that will net -.interfere with 
traffic, tile safety of children in 
the neighborhood and the neigh- 
bo^^. This matter was taken up 
with Mr. Bimb^rt who hires the 
drivers of these buses. He took a 
negative attitude, so nothing was 
done about it. He made one trip 
out to taBc to tile driver, but ad- 
vised her that he was ccming, so 
^he had the bus parked on her 
lawTi when he got there. The Po- 
lice did nothing-lfiey agreed that 
the busses should be parked off 
the residential streets-but as long 
as it was ^parked the required 
dirtance from the curb, they did 
nothing about it. 

I wrote to the Virgnia Beach 
City Council and they didn't even 
have the courtesy to reply. 

If you care to persue the sub- 
ject of "The Welfare of our Ciiild- 
ren" perha|K a little Edit-^ria! re- 
garding these -busses would save 
a serious injury, or even the death 
cf a child. I realize the busses are 
very necessary bul, should not be 
parked in such a manner as to be 



a traffic hazard or to be used as 
a playhouse for the children, nor 
should they be an annoyance to 
the neighbors. 
T.hank you. 

Very truly, 

Mrs. Robert W. White 

428.Linoberry Read 

Vu-gtaia Beach, Va. 23452 



Editor: 

The Virginia Beach Little 
Theatre would like to express its 
appreciation to your paper for its 
excellent coverage of the Court- 
yard Playhouse during the 'e5-'66 
season. 

Your Staff is most cooperative ' 
and a real pleasure to work with. 
Thanks again for your help irj 
making the past year a mtfst 
successful one for our caTjnvnity 
^eatre. ^ 

Sincerely, 

SHIRLEY FENTRESS 
Publicity Chairman 

Festival Parade 

(Continued from Page \-A) 

nitaries a? they rode past on the 
bcardwalk trains. Most ba-.ds wer« 
in informal wear, iu'table f.r 
iheir "working vacation" at the 
Beach, but their music was of 
cutstanding professional quality. 

Girls with their hair in curlers 
stood as regally as if they were 
'in complete unifor.ii penforrring 
for a king; and it seemed t'le 
'bands had the most fun when 
guest conducted by Cdr. John D. 
McDonald, Commanding Officer, 
School of Music, Little Creek. Or 
perhaps he was the one having 
the most fun! Never-the-Iess, he 
and the bands were magnificent 
itogether. 

More than 3,500 persons attend- 
ed the marching exhMion held at 
'Virginia Beach High School on 
Tuesday night when sue of the 14 
bands put on a spectacular show 
'Cf color and performance, climax 
ed with a mas? band orncert. 

On Wednesday night an even 
larger attendance was anticipated 
(for the other competing bands. 

It u interesting to note that the 
bands attending the 1966 Festival 
will add around $160,000 to the 
City's economy.^ Danville, India- 
na's band budgeted $20 per day 
per child for travel, food, ard ac- 
commodations. Bossier h-gh school 
Band of Bossier City, Louisiana 
has a budget of $13,000 for par- 
ticipating in the Festival. And the 
others had similar expense ac- 
counts. 




WHE.^EAS, Through.cut the naUon unlawful entry and burglary causes 
much loss cf prcperty and personal valuables ar,d frequently results in 
bodily harm to victimized citizens, and 

WHEREAS. Police agencies ard private citizens, partioHariy hOTic- 
owners, can co-operate in uUlizing many preventive measures to dis- 
courage arA diminish the crime of burglary ■ 
NOW. TIffiREFORE, I Frank A. Dusch. Mayor of the aty of Virginia 
Beach. Virginia dj bertby procla m the week of 

JUNE 19-S, 1966 

as 

WJRGLARY PREVENTION HIXK 

and urge the ciUz-rs of Virginia Beach to take co^zanr- of rane for 

the purp<^ d making precautionary measures more widely emptoyrd. ' 

IN WITN'ESS ^"HERKJE, I have hersurrto set my hand this 13th day 

of Juns, in the year of our Lord Ninrteen HundraJ and Sixty-Sut. 

Ma/v, Yxssk A. Du&ci) 



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gm^tion Sweep 



(Oontinued from Page 1-A) 

.attacked piMc schools in Vk^- 
ia B^eh, SldMy Kellam, the op- 
eration <A the City <h«dge, the 
reven-louf apportionment |^ un- 
der wUch mey were runnii^ for 
Couocfl, as weU as city o^licials. 
One oantBdate, RoUand Wihter, a 
plaintiff in the res^^ ortionment 
suit against Virginia Beach, based 
nwoh of hit utWKcea^l c«n- 
palgn on persond attacks upn 
Ftstk W. Ckm, S^erfaitendent' of 
fchoote. Wilder ran near the bct- 
Om in the vote standings. 

Inaupbent councilnvan, Larry 
iMarshall, of Bayside, said, "The 
peo|de iwve ex^^ssed a(^)roval of 
the Organizatkin by U& over- 
whelming vott of co^idence." 

th aQ IhA oiw precinct, the Or- 
ganization tidcet ran extremely 
strong, wiiming for each man in 
nearly evwy ease. Only h» the 
Pla2a-<J|aiaMi precinct, ihe home 
predoet of two of the indepen- 
dents, were five of the Organiza- 
tion men defeated by more than 
a few votes. One Organization can- 
didate when he saw the results of 
the Pkaa-Malfcu pr^inct, beamed 
broad^ and said, "Things are 
really looldhg \xb there." Tfee anti- 
OrgBitinitfon forces ja the past 
ha?e polled better nuijorities in 
that prechvct. ^ 

Lois Nelson, the only Republi- 



can in t he race, Wednesday sent 

best wishes to the newly elected 
mmibers and (hanked ha- sup- 
porters Im- the "help, underst'ind- 
iiig. loyalty £md tove" eartended 
to her. 

The councihnen elected Tuesday 
are ?uff osed to serve a fcur-year 
term; however this is nat definite 
at this trae. The plan uftder which 
they were elected still faces a 
test in the U. S. Supreme Court. 
Tue plan, accented by the U.S. 
District Ccurt and overturned on 
aj^al by the US. Fourth Cir- 
cuit Court of Appeals, was drawn 
i:p by City officials and passed by 
the Virginia General Assembly. 
City officials contend it do3S fiipet 
tile oneman, one-vote mandate 
of the Supreme Court. The plain- 
tiffs disagree. 

One Organiaztion supporter said 
that Tuesday's election proved the 
worth of the seven-four plan be- 
yond the shadow of a doubt. He 
said, "Now everyone can see it 
works and works well." 

In less than a month there will 
be another election in Virginia 
iBeaoh, this one the Democratic 
primary for both US. Senators. 
After the heavy Organisation vote 
Tuesday, many political buffs 
were saying the solidarity through- 
out the city could be an Imiportant 
factor in choosing incumbents 
iRdbertson and Byrd. ' 



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Finish Course 

(CcHitinued from Page 1-A) 

of North Carotina, William and 
Mary, W^dce Forest, the Univ^- 
sity of Richmond, Duke Unwer- 
si^, and MemjAis State Univer- 
eily in Tennessee. 

According to Terry, the classes, 
whidi began at 8:30 a.m. ea<:h 
of the school mornings, were hdrf 
June 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 14th, 15th 
and ifith. Today was the last 
class day. 

During Itte first day of clases, 
the men were given an introduc- 
tion to and purpose of the school 
and were welcomed by Police 
Chief Jamee E. Moore and City 
Manager W. Russell Katchstt. 

The students, after the welcome, 
heard a lecture on Virginia crun- 
inal laws. 

The other class days went like 
this: 

June 7— Virginia Laws of Arrest. 

June 8— Virginia Beach City Or- 
dinances and Rules of Evidence 
and Courtroom Procediu^. 

June 9— Searches and Seizures 
and Patrol and Answering Calls. 

June 14— (Report Writing, Com- 
munications and use of Police 
Radios and Warrants and Other 
Court Papers. 

June 15— 'Functioas and Prob- 
lems of the Traffic Bureau and 
Police Ethics and Public Relations. 

June 16— Juvenile Problems and 
Firearm Instruction. 

Terry said the classes were in- 
structed by various heads of de- 
partments and other oity officials. 

The new summer officers are 
Robert E. Steinhilber, Michael B. 
Cavish Jr., Edmund L. Graham, 
Wayne H. Fousee, Worth K. Oel- 
sehlager, Paul E. Castello, Larry 
Outlaw, Samuel G. llwmpson, 
Robert L. Shoffner Jy., Thomas J. 
McKee, H. T. Dail and D. H. 
Biaett, IIL 

Also Bruce L. Lev, A. F. Rob- 
inson Jr., diaries H. Dutkin, ^. 
L. Woodward Jr., Ashton H. Pal- 
ly Jr., Richard P. Lasting, Charles 
P. Ajemian, Leo W. Guye, Charles 
E. Smith, Curtis W. Ftorbes, Wil- 
liam S. Druen, Anthony F. List 
and George A. Christie. 

Terry summed things up by say- 
ing the training program "has 
worked out very well for all con- 
cerned." 

KB. Toll Road 

VIRGINIA BEACH-E. H. Or- 
ange, district supervisor for the 
Hampton Roads Tunnel Commis- 
sion said earlier this week tiiat 
the traliiq using Virginia Beach 
Boulevard will be rerouted while 
construction crews are building a 
section of a box culvert at the 
Laskin Road overpass. 

Orane £aid "New traffic on west 
bound business 58 (Virginia Beach 
Boulevard I will be rercuied from 
Oceana via First Colonial Road to 
Laskin Road at Hilltop." 

"A delayed green traffic signal 
will be installed at Hilltop to take 
care of the left turning vehicles," 
he said. 

"Local traffic will continue to 
use the road as far west as the 
interchange and at the same time 
a iuort detour will be used in the 
interchange for La«kin Road traf- 
fic," Orange said. 



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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 16, 1966 . r 

Pag«5-A 



TIOiWAIBmiAMNa AA«y 



MANY MEMBERS of Virginia Deach Clubs were pr 
those representlpg their dubs were (left to right) Mrs. 
Club; Mrs. Arthur B. James of C^pe Henry Woman's 
District, Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs; ^Irs. 
water President's Council, VFWC, and past president 
Petty of Chesapeake Beach Woman's Club and Crafts 
W. Fulford, president of Chesapeake Beac'^i Woman's 
an's Club. (Staff Photo by Padrick) 



esent for the President's Council Workshop. Among 
B. N. Fallweli, president of Cape Henry Woman's 
Club and the Conservation chairman of Tidewater 
James F. Groome, newly installed president of Tide- 
of Bayside Junior Woman's Club; Mrs. Thomas L. 
Chairman of Tidewater District, VFWC; Mrs. Harry 
Club; and Mrs. Cam Fanner of Ocean Park Worn- 



Presidents ' Council Holds Summer Workshop 



HOLDS SUMME RWORKSHOP 

NORFOLK - "Work" was the 
key word expressel for the con- 
sumption olf the more than sixty 
ladies present for the President.s 
Council Summer jWorkshop of the 
Virginia Beach Federation of Wo- 
men's Clii)s, Tidewater District, 
held last Thursday at the Lake 
Wright Motor Lodge. 

A short business meeting was 
held during which a report from 
the executive committee asked 
that the Council reco-fimend the 
sponsoring clubs help establish a 
Camp Civitan Building Fund to 
be used to build a cabin which 
may cost approximately $10,000 
and which would be raised over 
a 3'year period. After some dis- 
cussion as to how and who will 
raise the money, the recommenda- 
tion was adopted. 

It was also recommended that 
the Federation endorse the pilot 
project of the Norfolk Junior 
Chamber of Commerce regarding 
the enlightenment of junior and 
high school students to the dan- 
gers of venereal diseases, which 
was carried. 

Mrs. Cam F.armer brought to 
the attention of the clubs present 
an appeal for funds to help the 
Norfolk Museum purchase the 
Renoir painting. "Though in Nor- 1 
■folk," «he reminded the members, ! 
"This museum is really an area | 
museum for the entire Tidewater ! 
district for we all enjoy its many I 
facets of culture.'' She is the one j 
to contact in regard to this pro- ' 

Named To Comm. \ 

V.-'RGINIA BEACH .Mrs. I 

Peggy Thomas, chairman of the 
Women's Con^mittee of the Nor- 
folk-Portsmouth ch2;t?r of the 
'.Imarican hislHuta of Banking h-'.s 
named Flora Halvorson of the 
First & Merchants National Bank 
in Virginia Beach to her com- 
mittee for the \y^m term. 

The first meethig of the com- 
mittee will be a "get acquainted" 
affair at the h(Hnc of tha vio 
chairman, Carol M- Crouch on Ty- 
ler Crescent in Portsmouth. 

The meeting will be held tonight. 



ject. 
Mrs. Leroy Lsbel of the Real 

Estate Board sipoke urgently to 
the women about the proposed bill 
in congress which would restrict 
a property owner from choosing 
a renter or buyer. "Our right to 
choose and not be intimidated by 
undesirable persons is one of our 
precious freedoms which we will 
lose of we do not get in touch with 
our representatives in congress 
and let them know h^w we feel 
about this type of legidation." 
She named some of the congress- 
men to write, and urged the la- 
dies to do it immediately before 
this one more freedom passes 
away because "we did nothing." 
"To your representative, tell him 
you are against HR- 14765; and to 
your senator express your disaip- 
proval of S-329S." she urged, "And 
be sure to let him know you are 
a registered voter!" 

Only two of the scheduled work- 
shop speakers were able to t)e 
present. Mrs. J. K. Scarbrough 
who was to speak on "Moral lax- 
ity in Youth" was absent because 
of illness. 

Mrs. Robert E. Summers cf Nor- 
folk, district chairman of public 
affairs for VFWC and a past pres. 



ident of Norfolk Juniors, had as 
her topic "Start Effective Report- 
hig Now," and she spoke from 
the experience of receiving incom- 
plete and ineffective reports from 
the various member clubs. She 
gave tips on how to make the dub 
reports more complete, and re- 
minded those, whose job it be- 
cojpes to make out the yearly re- 
ports, that the report is the basic 
evaluation of what the club has 
done for the past year. 

Mrs. Waiter L. Thcmas of New- 
port News, first vice president 
of Tidewater District, VFWC. 
spoke on "Increasing Member- 
ship''- She asked the members to 
avk tiiemselves some very perti- 
nent questions in regard to their 
own club's welcome and duties 
given to both new and old mem- 
bers within their respecth^e clubs. 

Following the luncheon, Mrs. 
Thomas installed the newly elect- 
ed officers who will serve the Fed- 
eration for the coming year. They 
are Mrs. James F. Groome of the 
Bayside Junior Woman's Club, 
president; Mrs. Howard M. Mor- 
gan of Alice Kyle Woman's Cli^, 
vice president; and Mrs. Harley 
Pruitt of Cradock Junior Woman's 
Club, secretary-treasurer. 




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VtT^inra Beach SUN, Thursday, June 1 6, 1 966 




Artimr C Eicaberg 

t 

BS Degree 

OWITLAND. N.Y.-.Artl»ir C 
EaolMrg. 4SM BotBity Road. Vir- 
^nia was <Hie <rf 836 graduates 
wko received d^rees on June 5 
A the annual commencement of 
Sbte University CcAkge at Cort- 
Jadd. 

Mr. Esenbei^, a physical educa, 
tion major, received his bachelor 
of science <tegree in educatioi). 

Janies M. Woolf. Jr., whose par- 
ents five at 9SS4 Hatteras Rd., was 
proonted to Army specialist five 
reonAly in Gomany, where he is 
serving wtth the 8tii bifentry Di- 
vJskm. 



\ESP Meet 
Next Week 

VStGVS&A ffiiACH— The 3Sh 
tfinual Confess of the .\ss3ciation 
for Research and Enlightenm«it 
yill be held at Asociaticm head- 
quarters June 19th throu^ 25lh. 

The Uieme of the Congress will 
be "iBaiance. of body, mind and 
sprit." Evening lectures, at 8 
o'clock on the re^jective evenings, 
will be open to the public and will 
be as follows: on Monday. Jirne 
20th Harold J Reilly, a noted phy- 
siotherapia from New york. will 
talk m "Health Pattene." On 
Tuesday. June 21st the Rev. Dr. 
SWney Crane wiU talk on "Spirit- 
ual BateiKe." 

On Tliursday, June 23rd Mrs. 
Lucille Kahn of New York will lec- 
ture on "The Blar of Diooysius, a 
classical case study ol survival 
evid«Ke.'' Mrs. Kahn lectures in 
the New Sdwol for Social Re- 
search in New Yoric. On Friday, 
June a4th William McGarey. M.D. 
of Phoenix, Arizona will tell of the 
work being done in his clinic fol- 
lowing recoiTHnendations found in 
the Cayce physical readings. 

For further information on the 
events of the week caU the Asso- 
ciation. 




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on a recent rainy night to find a tdetboa, no. . .TELEFON, going. The 
avowed purpow of which wa< to obtain naembers for the Virginia 
Beach Little Theatre for next seaaoo. Shirley Fentren, a name lyn- 
nonymons wKh stage in any form at the Beach, had left for s break, 
but Anne Henry, ho- daughter, Petle, Carey JoBe8,/Chi Chi Lively, 
Charlie Warbarton. and Sam Hakfan were out— |dionli% the at4Mtn. 
They were too busy to pose so we cmght htem dicddng resntts. Lett 
to right, Anne, Charlie. S«m and Petie. Sam said Ok results had 
been most gratifying but there is still room for new members, sea- 
son tickets and patrons. The conlkfaig season will offer "Bridagooo", 
"The Mousetrap", "Look Homeward AagelS", "Twelfth Nl^", and 
"Kind Sir". Another TELEFON wlU be conducted later. 

(Photo by Cassandra) 



Little League 
Game Results 

VIRGINIA BEACH - SctM«s of 
the Little League games played 
in Virginia Beach tast week are: 

Pipers 1. Cvbs 4; Little Giants 4, 
Sports 5; Pipers 5, Spwts 2; Ro- 
tarians 7, Little Giants 10; Hawks 
3, Cubs 5; Little Giants 2, Pipa-s 
5; Sports 8, Haiwks 6. 

Major Leegue standings are: 



TEAM WON 


LOST 


Sports 5 
Cubs A 




Pipers 4 
Little Giarts 1 




Rotarians 1 ■ 




Hawks 0' 




Minor League standii^ 


are: 


TEAM WON 


LOST 


Elks Lodge 27»R 2 
Cavalier Garage 1 
McCoy Oil 1 
Barr's Rexall 




1 

!•» 

2 



Campsite Folder 

RPCHMOND-'nie 1986 edition 
of the "Virginia Public Campsites" 
directory compiled and puUi^ied 
by the Ccmmiaskni of Game and 
Inland Fishoies is now availaUe 
free from the ConmiissMn's Ridi- 
mond office and should be in the 
hands of license £^ents and sport- 
ing goods dealers soon, the Com- 
niissi<m's Inf<»ination offk;e re- 
ports. This year's folder has a 

mtrber of new listings and a lo- 
cation map designed to make pin- 
pointing indivklual camp gnnrnds 
much easier. The directory lists 
142 public and private areas in 
Virgima with details on facilities 
■and charges. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Sturgis H. Peck of 
5141 Virginia Beadi Blvd., is to 
be graduated from Syracuse 
(N.Y. ) University wkh a master's 
degree in business administration. 
Captain Peck is being reassigned 
to Kadena AB, Okinawa, as a 
member of the Pacific Air Forces. 



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Walker Team 
Over Brown 's 

VHRGINIA BIEACH - Actkm in 
the Men's Gass "A" had Walker 
Realty moving into the t:^ ^x)t 
with a 3-1 recOTxl. WaMr defeated 
Brown's Body Shop last week KM 
for tiiar third victory <rf the sra- 
son. A four way tie for second 
l^ace is to be Ixxdcen this week; 
tied for secwid place are. RJo's, 
Pungo, Cambric Inn, and Fire- 
stone, iB& have ^2 records. Last 
wedc Pungo defeated Secteard, 
13-3. Firestone stopped Rio's 12-7, 
and Cambric vim over Dehart 224. 

Over in the Men's Unlimited 
league, Chesapeake Beadi is aU 
alone at the top with a 7-0 record. 
Last wedc Chesape^e drfeated 
Kempsvflle, 11-4 and Smith k 
Keene, 7-5. Ilialia is in second 
place with a 5-1 rec(M*d. Last week 
Thalia stopped Lithonia Lighting 
IM «)d Pungo Texaco 8^. Kemps- 
ville is in third {^ce wkh a 4-2 
record. They defeated Lithonra 
1(W and kwt to Chesapeake 11-4. 

In the Duffer League White Tel- 
^hone Advertising Service leads 
with a 5-1 record. Last week's 
actkm had them defeating the 
Eagles 15-10 and the M-Boys, 14-11. 
Hoff Cadillac is battlii^ to hokl 
on to second place with a 4-2 rec- 
ord. Hoff stopped the Benchwarm. 
ers last wedc, 14-11. and the M- 
Boys. 235. Frank Wilson is the 
leading hitter for the CadilliKanen. 
Tlje Benchwarmers and the RAs 
are tied for third place with 3-3 
records. 

Action in the.Womrais League 
has the red hot Trudters tied wMi 
the Travelers for first plaice, both 
with 5-1 recor^. The truckers de- 
feated the Travelers last week 
5-4 in a well played game at 
_ Ken^isvilie. Bill's Braves also 
went down at the hands of the 
Truckers 3-1. The Travelers bounc- 
ed back after their defeat to win 
over the Courthouse nine, 1^5. 
Courthwise is in third place with 
a 3-3 record with lots of actkm 
coming up this week. 

Thalia Lynn Crusaders jre walk, 
ing over their Church league op- 
ponents and are leading the league 
with a 4-0 record. Last week they 
stopped Scott & Foundry, 16-6. 
Princess Anne Plaza is hoMing on 
to a tie for second fdace with 
Prince-<rf-Peace both wkh W) rec- 
ords. Prince-of-Peace stopped Bay. 
skle Baptist last week, 25-2. llie 
Thalia Lynn Bobcats moved uito 
third place by defeating First Unit- 
ed ChiH-ch of Christ, 2»«. 



Thoroughgood CC Luncheon 



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BAYSira: — Tlie Ittorou^igood 
Garden Ckb held its Annual 
Luncheon recerdy at the Laike 
Wright Motor Lodge, "nie event 
began with a Social Hour at noon 
Mowed by Luncheon at 1 P.M. 

FblkMving the luncheon, Mrs. 
Doris Travis, accon^)aiyed by her 
cousin, Mrs. Sondra Trent, enter- 
tained the group with several atj?- 
int)priate vocal selections. 

Mrs. W. H. Harrison, Awards 
chairman, presented the annual 
club awards in artistic arrange- 
ments and horticulture. Silver 
Awards «mm presented as novk» 
class: arrMgfinents, Mrs. T. W. 
(S-ay. and horticulture, Mrs. W. 
H. Harrisai; intained&ate: ar- 
rangements, Mrs. L. L. Tucker, 
Jr. and horticulture. Mrs. S. L. 
Denty; advanced: arrangements,. 
Mrs. C. L. Owens, and horticul- 
ture, Mrs. C. L. Owens. 

Officers were installed by Mrs. 
A. H. Culpepper for the term 
1966-67. They are: president, Mrs. 
T. W. Gray; 1st vice presideiH, 
Mrs. C. E. Crouch; 2nd vice pres- 
ident, Mrs. A. R. BruneHi; record 
ing secretary, Mrs. D. E. Holland -^ 
corresponding secretary, Mrs. W. 
H. Harrison; and treasurer, Mrs. 
D. S. Sheap. Hrs. Culpepper or- 
ganized the Thorou^good Garden 
Club in 1957 and served as the 
first President. 

Mrs. H. J. Oldford, outgoing, 
president, presented the qiub ga- 
vel to Mrs. Gray, who accepted 
this symbol of ]ead«-ship with a 
brief address. Mrs. Gray then pre- 
sented Mrs. Culpper with a 
silver charm deleting the Dog- 
wood, Virginia state fkwer, in 
appreciation of the Installation Ser- 
vice. 

On behalf of the Club, Mrs. A. 
H. Culpepper presented Mrs. Old- 
ford a silver tray as a token of 
their appreciaUon for her wonder- 
ful leadership. Mrs. Oldford is the 
first president of the club to serve 

Action Dampened 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Action in 
the Virginia Beach Community 
Jeagues, sponsored by the Virgin- 
ia Beach Recreation Department, 
was dampened by the early sum- 
mer rains last week. 

to the Mi^ "A" division, The 
Kempsville Colte led the pack with 
a 3^) record. The Colts defeated 
the Courthouse Cubs, 18-3, and the 
Kempsville Cardinak, 11-4. The 
Colts have good inching and a 
sound infield. The Greenwich Ti- 
gers are in second place with a 
2-0 record. The Tigers have de- 
featetf the Cardinals and the Wood, 
stock Yai&ees. 

In the Midget "B" American 
division the Creeds Mets are un- 
defeated with a 3-0 record. Having 
won over the Larkspur Larks 16-2, 
the Countiy-View Rebels 13-5, and 
last Friday ni^t stopping the 
Kempsville Cardinals, 7-0. 

In the Intermediate League the 
Woodstock Eagles are in first 
place with a 3-0 record. MaHbu 
has a 2-1 record good for second 
place. The Courthouse Sugars 
are in third place. In the Senior 
league the opening game winners 
were, the .Giants over the Yan- 
kees, 11-6, {ffld coming back later 
in the week the Oeeds Eagles 
defeated the Yankees, 10^. 

Th John B. Dey Surfers are 
leadii^ the Pre-Teen girls soft- 
ball league with a 2-0 record. "Oie 
Surfers won over the Alanton 
Teennets,, 11-7, and defeated the 
Arrowhead Raida« 11-8. TTie Las- 
sies and the Gems are tied fw 
second place both with 1-0 records. 

Marine Privates Harold R. 
Heath, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Hughes C. Heath of 5S52 Shadow- 
wood Drive, and Phillip W. Mor- 
ris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daltas 
W. Morris of 4716 Nuttfield Lane 
have graduated frtmi Marine re- 
cruR training at the Mariine Cwps 
Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. 



two years. During these two years, 
Ihoroughgood Garden Clti) has 
wen first ptece in the foUowing 
Award Contests: 

1. The Blue Ridge Dist. Achieve, 
meot Award, a state award ior 
die "best all around accomf^ah- 
ments by a club," 1964-65. 

2. CliA Year Book Contert^r 
mkiieogr£^)hed or otherwise edited 
cW) year book: 

I a. Virgink FederatiMi of Oar-' 
den Clubs, in which over 600 otiia 
garden clubs throu^ut the state 
partKipated, 19e5«6. 

b. Tktewater District dt V.F. 
G.C. 196M6. 

~ c. Council of Garden Clidie of 
Vkginia Beach, 1964^ and 1965- 
66. 

3. Club Scr{|)book Contest of the 
Council of Gard«i Clubs d Vir- 
gbiia Beach, 196546. 

4. Anti-Iitterbug Contest of the 
Council of Garden Clubs of Vir- 
ginia Beach, 1964-65. 

FbDowii^ her outgoing address, 
Mrs. 01df(»:d presented to the Clii) 
a Kod^ Instamatic Camera, with 
accessories, in a carrying case 
as "a small token of my love of 
the Thoroughgood Garden Club 
and ap[H-eciation to the Office's, 
Committee chairmen, and Mem- 
bers over the two years." 

The Club extended .their best 
wishes and great appreciaticm of 
their valuable Club work to two 
m^nbers who are leaving the ar- 
ea. Mrs. H. R. Brasuell is moving 
to Atlai^, Ga. and }/bts. E. E. 
Goid^ to San Diego, Calif. The 
dotn* prize, a stf^uary figure con- 
tainer, was won by <Mrs. Oldford. 

Before adjourning the meeting, 
Mrs. Oklford thai^ the Lunch- 
eon Commktee for the beautiful 
tatHe arrangem^its, the pink Car- 
natkm head table corsages, and 
the fresh plant favors, Cokas for 
die retiring officers, Marigokis for 
the new officers, and Thumbelina 
Zinms for the members. 

The piano top was decorated 
with potted Qishion Mums given 
by Mrs. R. L. Lindell. These 
plants were presented to each of 
the thirty-tfiree attending t h e 
luncheon. 

The luncheon committee consist- 
ed of Mrs. C. E. Crouch, chair- 
man; Mrs. H. M. Jordan, Mrs. 
E. E. Goldsby, Mrs. A. H. Cul- 
pepper, and Mrs. H. R. Brasuell. 




Putrtck S. McQttlkk 




James B. McQuiUdn 

Brothers Graduate 

ROSWELL, N.IU. — Amrag the 
graduates of New Mexico Military 
Institute w«« James B. McQuil- 
kk) and Patiidc S. McQuilkln, sons 
of Cefit. and Mrs. W. R. McQuil- 
kin of 306 46th Street. 

Three ds^rs of festivities nnarited 
the Commencem«:tt perkid of May 
27 throu^ May 29 included a 
military awards ceremony, a mil- 
itary athletic }ambolaya, a bacca- 
laureate service, a final review 
and parade, sn alumni meetbig 
and luncheon, a colprful final 
ball, a father and son golf tourna- 
ment, a polo game, and the Grad- 
uation CeremtHiy. 

James was on the 1966 Dean's 
List and the 1965 Commandant's 

List. • 



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S-jiprise! Begiim: ,g July iith 
Evening AMt Women iud Te^- 
ag:e (Hris* Swim ditss. Classes 
wi^ be hfcjd at the Cavailer Hotel 
far aB Swrniner Levels. Tter^i^e 
fee $500, adult .Ls $8X0. Oass 
time will be 8-fl f m. fr an July 
11 — August 3rd. Evening class 
may use the drersng cooms^ This 
is a good chance fjr mztbers- and 
daughters to partic'patj in some- 
thing together. Sc let's have a big 
turn-out. 

EenKimber y.W.C.A. yvim chfs- 
es flrs| session at the Cavtiisr be- 
gJh' Juhe aoh at 9—10, 10^11 or 
11— K noon. Thoroughgcod classes 
begin July ath. At Thorougbgood 
also half hour dashes for pre- 
schoolers,' each session swims 2 
days a wcdi for four weeks. 
Pleas6 register early for all class- 
es are< limited in number. 

Watch the Y of it for further 
information on Ukulele lessons. 




Jeanne D. Taytor, dau^ter of 
Jttrp. Nell Oriraes Tajior, is return- 
ii^g item National Business College 
of Hiimoke. Two house guests ex- 
pected for the Taylors are Sondra 
iMullins of Abingdon and Trixie 
Adams from Marinsville. 




Va. 



READY TO SIGN, first row, left to right, are C. II. Burcham, H. Myron Kaliffman. and Jesse E. WhUe; 
back row, left to ri^t. Fred Soles, J. Stuart Wake, C. Ltowood Coleman, Jr. and G. DavM Shreeves. Tke 
men gaOeied io tke offices of Owen and Guy, Attorneys, Friday morning to sign the closii^ papers on a 
new diiirch. Hie land is hxsated on Great Neck Road. (Staff Photo by Moore.) 




Jenkins Wins 
Squad Award 

VmGINiA BEAGH-'Hie Vir- 
gii^a Beach Rekue Squad, at its 
annual banquet, installed its of- 
ficers for 196W7. 

The evening's toastmaster, 
Judge Richard B. Kellam installed 
the officers last Friday at the 
Cavalier. 

Kellam also presented 6!ie 
"Squadsroan of the Year" award 
(0 a car«ldUy selected squad mem- 
ber. 

-Those installed and the offices 
they will occujy are: W. McKen- 
zle Jenkins Jr., Captain; Charles 
R. Grandy, first lieutenant; Ossie 
L. White, second lieutenant; A. 
E. Murray, sergeant; Peter A. 
Agelasto, HI, secretary; C Talbot 
Dickson, treasurer; Marvin R. 
Hjines, plans and trainiivg officer; 
Harvey D. Patterson, Jr., public 
relations officer; and Joseph C. 
Hogan, chaplain. 

Advisory oHkers and the offices 
tbey will noid are; Dr. James P. 
0iarlton, president; Bruce G. 
Murphy, vice president; J. Frank 
Gallagher, legal advisor; and Dr. 
Frederick R. McCune. Dr. Frank 
G. Burns Jr. and Dr. Charles 
Earley Jr. a^e the three medical 
advisors. 

Jenkins, who was installed as 
captain was the recipient of the 
"Squadsman of the Year" award. 
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Papers For Church Inked 



VIRGINIA BEAOH-The Christ, 
ian Churdies of Virginia and Dia- 
m<xid Springs Christian ' Church 
representatives signed contracts 
and closing papers Friday for a 
new site for a Christian church 
at the comer of Great Neck Road 
and Rose Hall Drive. 

The new church, the second 
Christian church in Virginia Beach 
will be built on the corner of a 
five-acre lot located next to Trant- 
wood Elementary School. 

Those present for the signing' 
were: C. R. Burcham, chairman 
of the State Board, Virginia Con- 
vemtion of Christian Churches; H. 
Myron KaufCman, executive sec- 
retary of the Virginia Convention 
of Christian Churches; Jesse E. 
White, chairman elf the joint com- 



mittee of the First Christian 
Church, Norfolk-Diamond Spruigs 
Christian Church, Virginia Beach, 
sponsors of the project; Fred 
l&lfis, committee member; J. 
Stuart Wake, Minister of the First 
Christian Church of Norfolk; C. 
Linwood Coleman Jr., associate 
minister, Fffst Christian Church 
of Norfolk and G. David Shreeves, 
Minister, Diamond Springs CbrisL 
ian Church. 

The site where the churdi-will 
be located is presently undevel- 
oped, p 

The Diamond Springs Christian 
Church is helping to raise money 
for the project with help from the 
children enrolled in the Vacation 
Church School. 



I'lKST DISTRICT CUNGRESSMAN Thomas N. Downing addressed the 
Robertson batbecue at Princess Anne High School. He was intro- 
duced by State Senstor WUliam P. Kellaum. of Virginia Beach. 

Sen. Robertson Here 



(Continued from Page 1-A) 
I The First District Congressman 



Eight 
Years Old 





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said that (Robertson's seniority in 
the U. S. Senate and the Soia- 
tor's ru^e<feess provide "a 
matchless combination for Vir- 
ginia's future". Downing also 
praised Robertson's career in the 
Ser.ate, especially in the field of 
foreign affairs. 

Les Lam and Dr. Ira Hancock, 
Robertson's co-campaign mana- 
gers in Virginia Beach said they 
were pleased with the turnout A 
the banquet, but felt that many 
stayed away because of the threat 
of inclement weather. More tick^ 
were sold to the $1 a jriatc barbe- 
cue than were taken up ki the 
do^ they said Lam tokt the audi- 
ence that the <HiIy issue in the 
campaign is Robertson's age, but 
said "an experienced man in W^- 
ington can do many thii^ a man 
of 50 or 30 cannot do." Rcbertson, 
who is being challenged by State 
Senator William B. Spong in the 
July Danocratk Prinwiry, is 79. 

Saturday morning, Robwtson 
will tour facilities M Can^ Pen- 
dleton and visit Naticmal "Guard 
training units here /or two weeks' 
encan^jment. He will 'Hn t^e 
part in the usually colorful Gover- 
nor's Day c^'emonies. 

At the Dome at 4 p.m. the 
Yoirth Committee for R^^rtson 
wiH be amxHincedi according to, a 
campaign spokesman, and \3ni 
Senator will actress the com- 
mittee. tbit spokesman says a 
large tumottf is expected at the 
rally. 

Marine Pfc Ronald W. Jackson, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F, 
Jackson of 5G0O Cayuga Court. 
Virginia Beach, btt reported to 
Marios A^ck Squadron 994 fw 
duty and will work on the flight 

line as a plane captaui. 

* • * 

N»f U. <jg» William A. Pat- 
m£r Jr., son d Us. and Mrs- Wil- 
liam A. Pakncr of 1307 Lakeside 
Road. Virginia Beach, to<^ part 
in Cperation Jack Stay in te 
Rui% Sat Special Zone. U ^^ 
scNdbwest d Sai^n, StHitt Vict 

NMD. 



Comm. Attorneys To Meet 




ViRCrNTA iREl\C!H— The C^mmcn- 
wealth's Attorneys of Virginia As- 
sociati3a will have its annual con- 
vention in Virgiaia Beach this 
year, according to Robert Simp- 
son, Virginia B:ach Connction- 
wealth Attorney and fresidict of 
the arsociation. 

Sim;£cn said about 150 staf' 
pericmisl are expected to attend 
the three day gathering at the 
Cavalier Hotel. 

The conve.ition will begin June 
16 and will wind up June 18. It 
wiH feature an addre;:s by Attor- 
ney General Robert Y. BuUon, a 
lecture on law by James Tho-ni> 
sai and a speech Saturday night 
at the banquet, by U. S. Senator 
A. Willis Robertson. 

Musical Auditions 
Set For Cavalier 

NORFOLK - Musical auditions 
win be held at Cavalier Dinner 
Playhouse in Norfolk Sunday and 
Monday for the forthcoming pro- 
duction of "Guys and Dolls." 

Timothy Jones, producer-direct- 
or of the dinner-tiieatre will hold 
auditions for singers, dancers, as 
well as actors and actresses. He 
say.8 all types of voices are needed 
for the unusual musical comedy, 
based on diaracters created by 
Damon Runyon. (Besides the leads 
in the production, there are many 
excellent supporting roles, both 
male and female, which require 
some singing. 

The auditions will be held Sun- 
day, June 19, fr«n 1 p.m. to 5:30 
p.m. and Monday, June 20, from 
7 P.M. to 11 P.M. at the theatre, 
located at 3517 Argonne Avenue 
in Norfolk. "Guys and Dolls'' will 
open at Cavalier Dinner Playhouse 
the end of July and run until Sep- 
tember first, accordhig to Jones. 

Cocktail Party 

VIRGiUNIA BEACH - Virginia 
Beach chapter of the University 
of Virginia Alunuii will hold a 
cocktail party, Friday, June 17, 
at 6 p.m. on the terrace af the 
Cape Colony Club. 

Reservations may be made by 
phoning 428-6021 or 827-3581, ext. 
342. 



At this meeting, outgoirg presi- 
dent S'mpscn will tum over his 
gavel to another member of the 
associatici.!. 



Comedy Playing 
At Barksdale's 
Strawberry Banks 




MISS MARGARET C CAPPS. right. City Librarian, received five 
copies of "A Century of Service" Monday for the city libraries. The 
book covers the history of First & National Bank. Edward Church, 
Executice vice-president, made the presentation. Miss Capps said four 
of the books will go into each of the four libraries and the fifth will 
be used for a spare. (Staff Photo by Moore) 

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ON THE OCEAN FRONT 

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-RIDES OPEN DAILY AT 1 P.M.- 
SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS AT 12 NOON 

WORLD FAMOUS CIRCUS ACTS 
EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK! 

• 2 Big Shows Daily at 2:30 and 10 P.M. 

On Our Outdoor Stage FREE 



FJEE 



NOW THRU SUNDAY 
"THE WIRENGARDS" 



Defyiag De^ la The Sky 




Starts Mon.. June 19th 



Virginia Beach 50f^; Thursday, June 16, 1966 

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HAMPTCN - The rib-ticking 
ccmedy, Crkic's Choice,- by ka 
, LcVin ciponed last n'ght at Ba k3- 
dale Tiieatre at Strawbsrry Banks 
m H£:Ti,;ton. The s'.ta of the the- 
atre is just on the outside of the 
toll gates of iiie Hancipton Roads 
Tunnell when driving from Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Dinner is served in the old 
Photbus manor house, and the 
prcductions are presented in an 
adjacent tent. This is Hanover- 
based Barksdale's second success- 
ful season at Strawberry Banks. 

Tbe first show of the 1968 sea- 
son, which closed last Saturday 
night was Edward Albes's now 
famous Who's Afraid of Vta^lnla 
Woolfe? Albee skyrocketed tj fame 
wHh this play, which has now 
been made into a nwst contro- 
versial movie, starring Elizabeth 
Taylor and Richard Burton. 

Barksdale's "first team" of Lal- 
la Rolfe and Jay Lundy of Ridi- 
mond portrayed tdie lead roles 
were adeptly handled by Del Driv. 
er and Betsy Chadwell. Th^play 
itself is not for the faint of heart 
or the prudish. Albee liberally 
spruikles the tense comedy with 
profanity and presents moral sit- 
uations not for the very young. 
Albee takes a few pokes at life 
and everyltiing about it in this 
play, and the Barksdale players, 
under the direction of David |(^ 
gore get everything out of it ^^ 
is put there by the playwrig^l 
The audience has little troiJ>le 
seeing itself portrayed onstage. 

The current play Critic's Choice 

is a delightful comedy, and well 
worth the tunnel fare. A walk in 
the boxwood gardens of the manor 
house on a warm summer eve- 
ning is also worth the price of 
admission. Strawberry Banks is 
en the ihores of Chesapeake Ray 
at Old Point. 



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MM. at Ae UmT Car IM 
of Cottm Mdhr Caa^may. lac . 
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I* foile «wtioo one 1986 Dod^ 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

Svreptline Ejq).. Serial No. IISI 
SUM, which v^k>le was purchas- 
ed by H. E. &nith by conditianafi 
sdles contract. Temis: CaSh at 
iane ol sate. "Rie vendor re^rves 
the ri^ to bid. 

Universal C.I.T. Credit C3rp. 
Dtewry k EvajK, Attorneys 

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NOTICE 0FSA1£ 

Notice is hereby given tint at 
10.00 a.m. on the SOth day of 
June,, 1K6 .at the Used Car Lot 
cf Coates Motor Company, Inc., 
located at Virginia Beach Blvd., k 
Mediterranean. Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, we shall offer ior sale 
at public aiKTtian one 1985 Dodge 



LEGAL N01ICES 



V^, Serial No. 1982 038941. wlAft 
vehicle was purchased by David 
H. Brrant by coi^itional sales con- 
tract. Terms: Cai'n at time of 
sale. Ttie vendor reserves thft 
right to bid. 

Universal C.I.T. Credit Corp. 
Drewry & Evaj», Attameys 

6 16 ft 



. Kitm^ the teachra-s frcm Vir- 
^nia {wblic aod ivivate secoodary 
schools who will atudy En^iah 
c6fnipodtfa» OB the CoUe^ of 
WUiam and Mary Campus tat 
seven tracks begioniag Juae 30 
arie Doii^^ £arl finnin of 3540 
Ni»«b liiidiqg Road, teacher at 
KMqpaviUe Aaiidr Ifi^ Schori; 
alid Ifrt. Dorothy Ifillaman Kerns, 
1308 Stvim Lane, teacher at Nor- 
vkki Senior Hi^ School. 



Mrs. 1^-ederick A. Morin, of 
Ktt Schuyler Itoad, Virgiaia Brach 
recoitly com|deted sa^ weeks of 
Ni^ basic trah^ «rt the Qteat 
Lakes Naval Ttaioing Cbiter. 

• * • 
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add Mrs. Biasfet J. Lee of Prin- 
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my adntinbtratiiHi course at Fort 
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Brides have been doing it for over a century. 

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to know that everything they buy is totally guaranteed. 

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CROSSCUT ROAST t..69c CHUCK STEAKS u^49e 

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CHICKEN BREAST 
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SHOULDER ROAST '^^ 
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6rap«, Cherry, Apple, Rasp- 
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WHOLE KERNEL 



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ANN PA6E 
REAUY FINEI 



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GOLDEN CORN 
APPLE JUICE 
FACIAL TISSUES 
MAYONNAISE 
SALAD DRESSING 
KOSHER GHERKINS 

MIX or MATCH 'EM CANNED FOOD SALE! 

PEAS 

PEAS 

BEETS 

BEANS 

HIICE ^ 

SPINACH 

POTATOES 



SULTANA 



VITA 



1-Qt., 

14 -Ox. 

Cans 

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Eight New Navy; Ensigm 



AI^mAPOUS, MD.-Gq^ young 
men from this area received oun- 
rhissicms as Ensigns foHon'ng 
graduation co-etnmes held at the 
U. S. Navid Academy on Jccie 8. 
■Riey are vai on leave before re- 
pmtlng to tbeir new doty staticms. 

Richard D. M<£)andd, 3tHi (A 
Navy Lieutenart ComnuMln- and 
Mrs. James C. AkOonaid Jr. of 
1997 C^iarkhLee Lane, received a 
bachelor of science d^l«e and 
wiU report to San Diago, Califor- 
nia, 




WUliam K. Castle, Jr. 



Grmt P. Kini>an, s(»i of Mr. 
and Mrs. Vernone £. Kimball of 
«Sffi Jeanne Street, recewed a 
bachelor ^ scirace degree and 
will report to Mare Island, Calif- 
ornia. 

Pre(terldt ,M. Gregg, son of 
Navy^ Captain (Ret.) and Mra. 
Otis C. Gr^ of 1536 W. Little 
Neck Road, received a bachelor 
of science degree . 

MWliam K. C^tle, Jr.. son of 
Mr. and Mrs. William K. Castle of 
5608 Odessa Drive, received a 
bachelor (^ science degree and will 
ij»K)rt to BairiH-idee, Md. 

JiaymiMi K. Hill, son of Csn. 
tain and Mr* Raymond E. Hill. 
USN, <rf 909 Ditchley Rd., received 
a bachelor of science degree Mid 
will repor^ to Pensacola, Florida. 
/David L. Claude. 3Bn of Navy 
Lieutenant and Mrs. .Henry L 
Claude of 336 Jacquline Ave., re- 
ceived a bachelor of science de- 
gree and will refwrt to Pensacola, 
Ftorida. 

Lorenzo A. Rivamonte, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Macaraeg of 
2009 Meredith Rd.. received a 
bachelor of science de^ee and will 
reraort to Mare Island, Cajifarnig, 

Leonard A. Parker. 5^ of Navy 
Captain (Ret.) and Mrs. L. A. 
Parker of 4320 Two Woods Road, 
received a bachelor of scienca 
degree. 




Fraidi M. Blanchard 

Another Ensign 

VIRGINM BEACH-Midshipman 
First Class Frank M. Blanchard, 
Jr., a 1961 graduate of Virginia 
Beach High School was graduated 
from the U. S. Naval Academy, 
Annapolis, Maryland, in gradua- 
ti(m ceremonies on June 8. Upon 
graduation he was awarded a 
Bachelor of Science Degree and 
commissioned an Ensign in Uie 
United States Navy. 

Ensip Blanchard is the son <rf 
Captain and Mrs, Frank M. B!ari- 
diard, former Virginia Beach res- 
idents who are currently residing 
in Philadeliphia, Pa. where Caip- 
tain Blanchard is the Comm^and- 
ing Officer of the Naval Air Tech- 
nical Services Facility. 

After graduation from Virginia 
B^ach High School. Ensign Blan- 
chard attended The B'jllis School. 
Silver Spring, Md., crior to enter- 
ing the Naval Academy in 19S2. 

After graduation leave. Ensip. 
Blanchard will report to the Naval 
Air Station, Pereacola, Florida 
for flight training. 

Wins Award 

(Continued from Page 1-A) 

PortTTHHith — 3rd Autom'5t'c 
Weapons Batta'^on, MiKh ArtO- 
lerv; 4*h Battalion (Nil»«K«- 
les). Mlth Artillery. - ,..^* "'" 

Norfolk-IH Howitz^ B^ta?k», 
111th Arti&ry: »th Administra- 
ttrni Oorn^any; 121st Signal Cmn- 
pany. f 

Newport News — 9th Howitzer 
Battalion, tilth Artillery. 

Chathpn— 3rd Automatic Weap- 
ons Battalwn. 24^ ArtiDery. 

LyncMMirg— 2nd Battalion. 116th 
btfanby. 

Wncheata'-lst Battalion. llM) 
Armor. 

fioffiwke-«Oth Army Band. 
Chesapeake-^iSth Si^Kd B^- 




Grant P. KimbaU 



Too Ule to Classify 

Cied furmture being =t)!d. Wedc (rf 
Jiaie leth - 22nd. Bixrthersivuto 
Servke. 2300 Atlantic Avenue. 

6 16 IT 



ApMlinerta for rert. Apply ft-oth- 
a^ Auto S«Tice, J900 Atlantic 
Avsne. «i'13Q6. 6 16 IT 

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For sale; Used trumfle bed. $40 00. 
Busk beds. 6000 all complete. 
Oafl «MB82 ^er S:00 PJM. or 
an <ki]r on wtekend.' 6 l£ VfH 



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VMI To Graduate Beach Men 



•lEXimmm - Graduation ex- 
mrases for some 230 Virginia 
Military Institute first classmen 
will be held here Sunday, June 
12. Gov. Mills E. Godwin. Jr., 
will be principal ^aker for the 
2 p.m. ceremonies which will be 
held in the Institute's William 
H. Codce Hall. 

Among the degree candidates 
this year arc eight from Virginia 
iBeadi. Candidates for a bachelor 
of arts degree are: 

Steven Murray Doles— in history. 
He is enrolled in the infantry 
branch of Army Rorrc and will 
. begin active military duty foUow- 
ii^ graduation. A distinguished 
military student, he holds the 
rank of lieutenant in the VMI 
Corps. An honor student, he has 
been a ilember of the Internation- 
al Relations and Armed Forces 
Club. A Windsor High School 
graduate, he is the son of Mrs. 
Robert Doles, Jr.. of 1440 Alanton 
Drive, and the late Mr. Dole-. 

Marshall Carney Taylor— in bi- 
ology. He is enrolled in ths in- 
fantry branch of th^ Army ROTC 
program. He was desipratcd a 
distinguished military student. He 
has been president of the First 
Cla.?s, co-captain of the wro'tlir.g 
Team and member of the M-ino- 
gram Club. He was named to 
"Who's Who Among 'students' in 
American Colleges and Universi- 
ties." Son of Mrs. A. Brooks 
Taylor, Jr., of 173 Pinewood 
Road, he was graduated from 
Norfolk Acadeiry. He pirns to at- 
tend medical school at the Uni- 
versity of Virginia. 

John McLeod Turner— in history. 
He has been a tackle for the 
varsity football team, a member 
of the AU Southern Conference 
and was cO-caiptain of the 19S5 
All Virginia Big Five. He was 
graduated from Norfolk Academy 
before coming to VMI. He is the 
son of Mrs. Kimberly Turner of 
202 50th Street. 

'John Buckley Waltz, HI — in 
history. He is enrolled in the in- 
fantry branch of the Army ROTC 
program and was designated a 
distinguished military student. H? 
was graduated from St. John's 
College High School in Washing- 
ton, D. C. before coming to the 
Inrtitute. He is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John B. Waltz, ,Ir., of 5390 
Sir Barton Drive. 
'JC^nidetes for a bachelor of 
■^aence degree who have been 
ctwH (ngineerii^ J 

'RBKrt Forrest 
MOO Old Shell Read. He is enrolled 
in the artillery branch of the 
Army ROTC program and was 



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designated a di^inguid^ military 
student. He is a member d the 
golf and gymnastics team and 
committee chairman for the stu- 
dent chapter of Ammcan Civil 
^ociety of Civil Ekigineers. He 
plans to work for the Department 
of Water Resources in California 
following, graduation. He is the 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. 
Forrest Fowler. 

Frank Robert McKain,, Jr., d 
4376 Lynnville Crescertt. He is a 
member of the Amerieatt Society 
of Civil Engineers, basebpll team 
and Glee Club. He is enrolled in 
the artillery branch of the Army 
ROTC program. He was gradu- 
ated frcm Princess Anne High 
School before coming to the In- 
stitute. He is the son cf Mr. and 
Mrs. Frank R. McKain. 

Robert Shannon Solomon of 3112 
Lynnhaven Drive. He is enrolled 
in the artillery branch of the 
Army ROTC program and will 
be commissioned in the Army Re- 
serve. He is a member of the 
American Society of Civil Engi- 
neers, tennis team, gymnastic 
team, and wrestling team. A Prin- 
cess Anne graduate, he plans to 
work with the Virginia Highway 
Department following graduation. 
Ho is the son of iMr. and Mrs. 
Harry L. Solomon. 

Richard Parrish Tarrall, of 127 
Pinewood Road. He is enrolled in 
the armor branch of the Army 
ROTC program dnd will be com- 
missioned in the Army Reserve. 
He is a member of the Honor 
Court, American Society of Civil 
Engineers and secretary of the 
General Executive Committee. He 
plans to attend the University of 
Virginia Graduate School of Bus'- 
ness .Adninistra'ti-Y following 
graduation. He was graduated 
fram Norfolk Academy and is the 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mahone T. 
Tarrall, Jr. 



DORIS PADRICK'S 





VIRGINIA BEACH 

(Copn-riRht. 19«n — DorlH Pailrirk) 



Fathers come in all shapes and sizes and ages and personality. 
But fathers are funny., .some are funny (ha!! ha!), others are 
funny (misunderstood). . .Fathers are Father, Daddy, Dad, Pop, 
or maybe "my oW man". . .but whatever he is. he likes to ba 
appreciated. And the ones who snort the loudest about the "non- 
sense of Father's Day" are the ones who are hurt the most if 
you take them at their word, and ignore their special needs. 

To figure out your father, find words that bsgin with F, and 
everyday rut. Be a friend to him on "his day". . .if he likes 
go on from there. Fathers who are fun like fun that gets thsm 
out of the everyday rut. Be a friend to him on "his day". . .If 
he likes people, plan a day at the beach. Even if he d^oesn't swiiti, 
eh will be fascinated with the frolicking on the sard and in the 

Maybe he is the fabulous type who is fearless— fix him up with 
spending on himself will be released to find a foolish bit of finery 
water. 

Maybe he is the faboulous type who is fearless— fix t^ with 
rides at the amusement park. The Ferris Wheel will really get 
him up in the world! 

Got a fat father who enjoys a feast? Let him forget his diet 
and cholesterol for this one day. Feed him at one of our many 
fashionable rcsitaurants. . .or fix a man-size picnic with his fav- 
orite coW drinks a.nd take him for a refreshing field trip away 
from the frantic facades. 

Fathers who are fastidious about fashion but frugal about 
spending on himself will be peased to find a follish bit of finery 
as a present or a flashy fedora to keep the sun off his frowiiing 
face. 

Those who fight fatigue and look forward to freedom from 
stress will appreciate a day founded on family absenteeism. Ev- 
erybody go somewhere else and let him read his paoer, fuir.ble 
over his coffee, raid the refrigerator, and forget the shaving. . . 
Firm faih?rs who inflict discipline could be surprised by every- 
one facing up to individaul responsibilties and showing faith in 
his-facility for fair play. You might go one step further and really 
floor him by refraining from being flippant about his foresgiht. 

Fishing goes with fathers too. Go with him if he wants com- 
pany. Stay home and let him go with other fishing fathers if 
that is his special delight. 

Don't fail your father. He's a fellow human bjing with many 
faults and feeling. Sunday is his day. He's your father. Think 
about him. 

And a word to the wives— never forget, the father of your 
children is fir-t of all. your husband. Husband begins with H. . . 
keep him happy! 



John Buckley Waltz, III 




Arthul- A. Nido 



St. Vincent Grad 

L.11TR0BE, PA.-Arthur A. Nido, 
of Virginia Beach, was graduated 
from St. Vincent College, Latrobe, 
Pa., on June 5, with a Bachelor 
of Arts degree in Biology. 

The so nof Mrs. Caroline Nido of 
333 Malibu Eh-., he was one of 140 
seniors to receive his degree at 
the 120th commencenoent cere- 
mony at the Benedictine College. 

While at St. Vincent, Nido was a 
mcmlber of the Stensen Biology 
Club. 



Bus Trip Set 

VIRGllNIA iBEACH-The Tide- 
water District V.F.G.C. is s.-rw- 
soring a bus trip to Nature Camp. 
Vesuvius, Virginia located in 
i George Washingtwi National For- 
est. 

A bus will leave June 28, Tues- 
day at 7:00 am. from Rodman's 
parking lot, Portsmcuth, and will 
pidc up at Lakewood School, Nor- 
folkfolk, at 7;30 a.m. The bus will 
arrive back in Norfolk around 9:00 
p.m. Please carry own lunch and 
the bus will stop for dinner in 
Richmond. 

Bus fare is $8,75 round trip. For 
information call Mrs. J. Edward 
Eller Sr.. Portsmouth— 399-2(r76 or 
Mrs. A. H. Culpepper, Virginia 
Beach— *64-l'ra5. 



Mrs. Josephine Righter 

ODC Graduate 

V.'RG!N.IA BEACH - Mrs. Jo- 
sephine Grover Righter, received 
her B.S. deigree in elementary edu- 
cation from Old Dominion College, 
Norfolk, at commencement exor- 
cises Sunday, June 5. 

Mrs. Righter was named to the 
dean's list for academic excellency 
during her senior year and was 
a member of Delta Sigma Lambda 
social sorority. 



ViRQinia Beacn Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 16,1966 

SECTION B 



Awards Presentation Held 




LITTLE CREEK-Eighleon Am- 
phibious Force officers and en- 
listed men have received commen- 
ditions signed by the Secretary 
cf the Navy and two admirals for 
achievem.ents ranging fram c.im- 
bat in Vietnam to desk work in 
Norfolk. 

Vice Admiral Charles K. EHin- 

can, commander of the Atlantic 

Fleet Amphbious Fcrce. presented 

the commendations at a cerem.ony 

at the Little Creek -Amphibious 
Base. 

The Bronze Star, highest of the 
awards, went to Marine Majjr 
Frnderick E. Grube. H? was de- 
corated for "meritorious achieve- 
mtnt in connection with tperatiors 
again-t i.isurgent ccmmunLst (Vie' 
Cong) fnrces in the republ'c of 
Vietnam while serving with special 
landing force from June 18,' 1935 
tj .March 8, 19S6." 

The Navy C.mmendation Medal 
was awarded to Navy Captain 
Ferris L. French. Jr., SC, USN, 
amphibious force senior supply 
(ifticer. Captain French was cited 
by t.he Secretary of the Navy for 
out-landing "professional guid- 
ance and technical leadership of 
approximately 150 officers df the 
Supply Corps, resulting in the 
development cf highly motivated 
and extremely capable young sup- 
ply officers." He was also cited 
for his "new and advanced ideas, 
many of which have been incor- 
por.nted as force policy: has ap- 
plied the tenets cf scient'f'c man- 
agement to the fiscal and budget- 
ary problems related to .chipboard 
suppiic- and equipage: h?,s ad,^pt- 
ed automatic data processing tech- 
niques to previously imponderable 
preblem.s with fresh and effective 
results . . ." 



in Vietnam. These three men help- 
ed coordinate the refitting of these 
ships in a period of two months. 

Vice Admiral Duncan presented 
litters of commendation to Caip- 
tain Eugene C. Earnhardt, III, for 
his outstanding devotion to duty 
in "completing several important 
projects and studies pertaining to 
amphibious operations, organiza- 
tions and problems. The careful 
analysis and outstanding recom- 
mendations resulting from these 
tasks have contributed directly to 
a progressive increase in the 
readiness and administrative ef- 
ficiency of the Amiphibious Force." 

Other PhibLant letters of com- 
mendation were awarded to LT 
Philip J. Ragsr; LT Art'iur S. 
Tribbie, SC: LT Leonard G. Da- 
vis; LT Frederick E- Perrill, SC; 
LT (jg) James F. Ahlbach, Jr.; 
LT (jg) Michael W. Murtaugh; 
Chief Storekeeper Fred J. Artrip; 
Chief Storekseiper Richard V. Bjor- 
vm; and Dirbursing Clerk First 
Class Jack A. Bedrosian. These 
efforts in reactivating LSTs of 
LST Reserve Squadron Two. 

A PhibLant letter of commenda- 
tion also was presented to Master 
Chief Ho.=pital Corpsman John Wil- 
liam Rickman. His citation showed 
his outstanding performance "di- 
rectly contributed to the high state 
cf medical readiness of ships with- 
in the force." 



Vet Me That Frogman: HIM 



LITTLE CREEK— Because the 
vice-president of the United States 
had an idea while he was watching 
a movie of a .wace craft recovery. 
Lieutenant Junior Grade Chris 
Bent of Underwater Demolition 
Team 21 completed an unusual 
assignment in May. 

"Get me that fropnan," Vice 
Presidc.:t Hubert H. Humphrey 
reportedly said. 

Soon after, LT (jg) Bent was 
flying from St. Thomas in the 
Virgin Islands to Washington, DC. 
to take part in a two-week series 
of bcjefings for young Americans. 

Intended to dramatize the story 
of government, the briefings began 
before 1,300 high school . leaders 
from across the nation. The brief- 
ers came from the State Depart- 
ment, Deoartment cf Defense and 
the National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration. 

Emphasis was on younthful 
briefers, a fact not lost on the 
audiences of high school students. 
Most were juniors and seniors. 
.\fter the first big day, the audi- 
ences ran from 300 to GOO persons, 
from 48 states. 

The Vice-president, who took 
part in the briefings, also took 
the briefing team through the 
White House on a s:ecial tour. 
The team, which included movie 
stars Richard Chamberlain and 
Gregory Peck, also met wives of 
Cabinet officials, top ranking mili- 
tary leaders ,and diplomats from 



nations of the Far East. 

When LT (jg) Bent, who iig 2S 
and rames from Washington, D.C., 
ended the seriei of briefings, I* 
was back to St. Tho.ma« for more 
training with UDT-21. The tesm 
returned to Little Creek on May 
26. 

Longwood Grads 

FARMVILLE-Three girls fnan 
the Virginia Beach area are 
among some 200 seniors who grad- 
uated from Longwood CoL'ege on 
June 5. They are: MariUi Jard, 
Susan Katherine Lawlor, and 
Cheryl Kay Scruggs. 

Receiving the BS. degree are: 
Miss Jard, past graduate of Vir- 
ginia Beach High, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Kenned L. Jard. of M7 
Cavalier Dr.; Miss Lawlor, past 
graduate of Virginia Beach High, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fr£iik 
L. Lawlor of 400 35th St., arrf Miss 
Scariiggs, past graduate of Virginia 
Beach High, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. I. W. Scruggs, of 6C8 23rd St. 

Miss Jard was a member of 
Alpha Sigma Alpha. Miss Lawlor 
held membership in Alpha G»n- 
ma Delta, H20 Club, and also 
served on the Virginia staff. Miss 
Scruggs held membership in the 
following organizations: Longwood 
Players, Granddaughter's Club, 
Phi Mu, and Baptist Student Un- 
ion. She also served on House 
Council. 



Two .Navy Unit Comnondat'on-; 
were presented, one to Lieutenant 
Commander Leo A, Higgens who 
served abaaj-d the auxiliary gas- 

[nguished itself in .n.pport of 
U. S. force? in the waters o!lf Viet- 
nam. The second Navy Unit Com- 
mendation went to Lieutenant Jun- 
ior Grade FiKmure J. Delaui, Jr., 
who was previously a--s'gned to 
Altu'k Carrier Air Wing Seven', 
abiard the attack aircraft carrier 
USS Inde-jendeiice, serving off the 
coast cf Vietnam. 

Letters cf commendation f om 
Admiral Thcnn^ H. M orer. Com- 
mander in Chi.-of, U.S. .\t'antic 
Fleet went to Ccmn^ander R:iy- 
mcnd S. Howell, .Jr., Commcnder 
Djiiald B. Cnrdon, and Lieutenant 
Crrnmander Walter J.' Blusczak 
for their eff.irts in re3ctivat.ing 11 
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'the Story Of Rubies 



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In the early stages of Furious 
raj!e> the annmd may .'Appear 
normd, cv«> be more friendly and 
bUk^Mo^ than usual, titen ths 
aBina(^becQroes irritated; whar. 
picksd up, it will try to get aw^ 
and tf not {n-cmptly freed, it will 
bits m^Sfiy- Ttds is the way 
many diildren are bitten. Childr^ii 
diou^d nsver be escouraeed to be 
fri»(fly with a ^ai^ dog no 
BHitter bcw "nice" ttie "io^e" 
h^^wos to be. 

A dag in the early s^ges of the 
disease begae to snap at flies. 
chase chklcois. cats and oUky do- 
mestic animals. He has an urge to 
roam, wancfers afl over the neigh- 
bwhood and cotmtryside. b-xomes'- 
vkious and bites everytlBng that 
g^ into his way, includi^ per- 
sons, animals, livestock or inani- 
mate objects l&e ho«jses, fencss 
aito tires, etc. In this state there is 
a tendency to eat sticks, straw and 
other di^stil^ kerns. The eyes 
are glassed md always open and 
the voice changes to a peculiar 
iKwi-like bark. In a few days pa- 
ralysis "wiD dsvekp, shewn in a 
staggaing, wobbling gait a.nd 
<hx){^)ed tower jaw. Then paraly- 
as extends to the rest of the body. 
Finj^y, the ammal cannot get up 
and soon dies. These are the symp- 
toms <^ Furious Rabies. This form 
of the disease may kst from 4~t» 
Sdtays. 

In IXnrb R^ies the early symp- 
toms ctmsist of sleepiness, mel- 
ancholia, and ths animal will try 
to hide aixl get way to itself. There 
is usuaHy no inclination to bite un- 
less the animal is disturbed. Par- 
alysis of the throat. Jaw, voice and 
leg muschs follow quickly. Th? 
jaws gape, swallowi-ig becomes 
painful and impossible and the ani- 
mal stops eating. There is no 
vidousiess or irritability in this 
passive ^pe of rabie-:. but per- 
sons may h^ame inferted by 
trying to look down the throat of 
the animal infected or giving him 
medicine. Within two or three 
days, the jjaraly^is increases to 
aidi a degree that the animal goes 



into a coma and di2s. 

RABIES IN OTHER ANIMALS 

The CAT usually has the Furiaus 
type rdsies and is very vicious. U 
generally hides in dark places or 
under bushes from which il will 
spring to attack persons or ani- 
nials Or any object that attracts 
ite attention. CATTLE usually 
have the Furious t)^^ rabies, but 
rarely bite. Persons are exposed 
to rf^ies while attending to ad- 
minisl«- to. a "sick cow." They 
are nervous, restless and a^res- 
sive. Frequently they wiU paw the 
ground ami butt into other animals 
and objects. They may or may 
not stobber. Tliey may indulge in 
fits of bellowing. The paralysis 
which sets in is much the same as 
described for dogs. HORSES and 
MULES usually show the Furious 
t>^ rabies and are very vivious. 
Tliey become restless and excit- 
able, pawing the ground, and 
kicking at oUier animals and mov- 
ii^ objects. They will bite without 
cause and frequently will tear off 
bits of their own flesh. The Ups 
are sometimes drawn back, bear- 
ing iIk te<Ah and allcA^ing sW>b€r 
to run from the corners of the 
mouth. Paralysis develops rapid- 

ly. 

The incidence of rabies in FOX- 
ES has been high in Virginia. The 
rabid fox shows no fear of pe(^e 
and will invade faitn yards in 
daytime, attacking dogs, live- 
stock and people. The mouth may 
be kept opei, the animal may 
slobber. Whenever a fox loses its 
natural fear of dogs and man, it 
should be strongly suspected of 
having rabies. 

Next Week: What To Do When 
Bitten By A Suspected R^id. 

Donald L. McCrickard. .son of 
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McCrickard, 
has been selected to participate 
in the 19S6 College Work-Study 
Prc^am of Pilot Life Insurance 
Co. at the company's home office 
in Greensboro, N. C. 



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B.iYHI»K B,il'Tl»iT {'H|:KCH 

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BEACIIUtHN BAI'TIHT CHVRCH 

Olh and Med. Avenue 
Gi'orKe Wolletl. Jr., Minuter 



BAY8IDK CHaiHTIAN CHtRCii 

( CooKretcational) 
Shore Drive snd Ore^nwell Road 

Earl L. FarreU. MinlKlrr 

DIAMONU HPKIHON ( HRIHTIAM 

CHt'Bl'H 

Didflple* of Christ 

6700 W. Haden Road 

G, David Shreeve», Putor 



LYMBHAVEN COLONY UNITED 
CHUBCH 

(ConrreKatloml ChrUtian) . 
Grfat .\eck Rd. near Shore Drive 
The Kev. The. H. Britton 



TEMPLE EMANVAL 

25th and Baltic. Va. Beach 
Philip Pincua, Rabbi 



CHABITT MBTBOOHT CRVECH 

B»ck Bar. Tlrrinia 
Lealie E. Grace, Itinliter 



THAUA METHODIST CHCBGH 

Pine Ave. and Va. Beacii Blvd. 
William L. Aiber. Paator 



LUIHERAN 



BIBI.R BAPTIHT CHl'RrH 

GrocnwcU Rd. ,ind I.akeview Dr. 

Ba.vnide, Va. 

Kev. Davnl Moore, Pastor 



BI.ArKWATEK bAPTIHT CHURCH 

Rev. Ralph L. Horn 



SUBURBAN (HRIHTIAN CHURCH 

111 Lot)ou8li Avenue 
Bey. J. Frederick Parker 



CHURCH OF CBRIOT 



CHURCH OF CHRIST ■ 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd. Oceana 
R07 M. WIlBon. Minister 



OCEAN PARK COMMUNITY 
CHURCH 

i-'fI*ont Circle. Bayside. Va. 
Paul E. M<<Cullourh, Th.M. 



COMMUHITY MBTHODim CHURCH 

Acredale — KempavUle 
Rev. John L. Kibler, Jr. 



RALBM MBTHeOIST CHITRCH 

Prtaoeea Anne, Virginia 
Emory S. Ellmore, Hlnieter 



CARROW BAPTIHT CHURCH 

Rev. G.ir>- B. Thompson 



CORNKRHTOMK BAPTIST 

(("oiiBervalive B/ptiBt) 
Rev. Parker Hounir 
220 Red Tide (Road 



KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Cr-eeil». Virginia Beach. Virginia 
W. T. Weaver. Minister 



VIBOINIA BEACH COMMUNITY 
CHAPEL 

Laskin Rd., Linkhom Bay 
Rev. Richard Woodwai-d, Pastor 



EPISCOPAL 



BASTERll SHORE CHAPEL 

B. Sidney Sanders, Rector 



EMANUAL LUTHBRAV CHURCH 

Lynn Shore Drive at Virjinia Beach 
Kenneth A. Price, Paator 



FOUNDRY METUODUT CHURCH 

Va. Beach Bird., Lynnhaven 
William H. Acoela. Minlater 



EVAMOEMCAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 
OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 

1480 Laakin Road 
Rev. Dickson W. Taylor 



FRANCIS AmURT METHODIST 
CHORCH 

Great VetUt Road 
LeRoy Davie, Minister 



OUR SAVIOR'S LUTHnUS 
CHURCH 

Baylake Pines. Bayside 
Kenneth R. Carbaurb. Putor 



HAYGOOO MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHVROH 

4713 Hayrood Road 
Bobert F. Bryan, Paator 



EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

2.'i.3 Bowman Road 
iRev, Leonard R. Graves, Jr. 



OCKAMA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

14H0 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Hoy Wilson. Pastor 



FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

OKIX Va. BPH'h Blvd. NortolS 
KriKl M. FariKB. Pastor 



GALILEE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

40th and Pacilic 
Tlie Rev. Edmund Berktley, Rector 



FKLLOWRHIP B.%PTI8T Cm HCH 

419 Gl(iiro<k Road. Norfolk 
Kev. Cliai'Ips T. Hendricki 



JIRST BAPTIHT <'HUilCH^ 

;).'jlh St. at Holly Rd. 
H. Wadell Waters, Pastor 



FIRST COLONIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

Oeorye T. StalUnes, Pastor 



FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH 

1413 O'-eana Boulevard 
T, J. Tn»le, Pastor 



KEMPSTILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

7720 PrinccHB Anne R*!. 
Charles H. Jones. Pastor 



PEMBROKE MANOR UNITED 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 

(ConKreirational Christian) 

2f^UnB's in Pembroke Manor 

Elementiirj- School 

Rev. Carl T. Daye 



CHURCH OF GOD 



ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

Vinrinia Beach Boulevard 

I'.ast Lane — Oceana 

He . Samuel D. Pielcr. Jr. 

CHURCH OF GOD 

620 l«th Street 

'Bobby H. Sams, Pastor 



OLD DONATION EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

448 Witch Duck Road. Bayside 



ST. AIDEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Kinit'B Grant Rd. and Edinbuiu Drive 
Rev. L. J. Taylor, Jr., Vioar 



PRINCE OF PRA1« LUTHERAN 
fSURCfl 

, (Missouri Synod) 

424 Kinic's Grant Road 
Bev. J. BUmer Medl-.y, Pastor 



NAZARENE 



OCEANA CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

S. Court House Rd.. Oceana 
Paul R. Aldrich. Pastor 



EN0TT8 ISLAND METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Knotts Island. N. C, 
Robert C. Black, Minister 



LeKIES METHODIST CHURCH 

6660 Virg-inia Beach Blvd,, 
Rev. C. Katon Gray 



VIRGINIA B EACH METHODIST 
CHOROH 

ii07 IStb Street t 

Bev, Beverly Felty 

PENTGCOBTAL 



PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 

ISth St, and Baltic Ave, 
Elwood Keni, Pastor 



PRESBYTERIAN 



BAYSIDE PRBSBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Near Robbins Comer 
Bev, J. E, Johnson, Pastor 



LYNNHAVEN METHODIST CHURCH 

Little Neck Road 
Eev. Oscar V, Bodrifiruex 



BOW CREEK PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Rosemont Road and Plaia Trail 
Wentz J. Miller, Minister 



NIMMO METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Emory S. Ellmore, Minister 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

First St., Glenroek, Norfolk 
E, Crowell Cooley, Pastor 



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FRANCIS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

509 Rooemont Road 
The Rev. Clayton E. Crigiter, Vicar 



FRIENDS 



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Laskiu Boikd 



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TLAZA METHODIST CHURCH 

208 Plaza Trail 
H«i*ert G. Hobbe, Pastor 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

1200 Ara«ona Boulevard 
M, Bland Dudley. Minister 



BAYLAKE METHODIST CHURCH 

Shore Dr. at Treasiire Island Dr. 

In Bayside 

Raymond E. Musser, Minister 



SCOTT MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

40a_Firet Colonial Road 
Bev. JH. Warfc Curry, Pastor 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Pacific Ave, at 36th St, 
John S, Lyles. Pastor 



BEECV GROVE METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
tloa &. Joduou. Pasto' 



ST. HARK A.M.B. CHURCH 

Oceania 
BcT. D, P. Ftlton, Pastor 



EBMP8VILLE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

020 Kenu>.^ille Road 
J. L. Coppo.*, Pastor 



KINO'S GRANT BAPTIST CHAPEL 

MeetinK In Kingston Elemcntarj' Sihool 
W. Glenn Tallant, Pastor 



MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

L. Warren rhji.se. Pastor 



OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
Alvin St. Clair, Pastor 




KINGS GRANT FRB8BYTBRIAN 
CHURCH 

74S Little Neck Road 
Raymond C. Flit ton. Pastor 



LYNNHAVEN PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Iiynnhaven Village 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, Jr. 



PRINCF-SS ANNE FREEWILL 
BAI'TIST (HUKCH 

141, ■> 0<iMn,i Blvil. 
T. J, Ting-Ie, Pastor 



PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

24.5 UoMpmont Rn.id 
Rev. Mclvin Huchcs, I'astor 



ST. JOHN'S B.VPTIST CHURCH 

PriiN'c.^^ .Anne Court House 
Rev, Hruic B, Perkins, P,i«lor 



"£et this mind he m you, which was also in Christ Jesus.** 

—- Philippians 2:5 



Have you ever ^ven thcnifi^t 
to the expression which points 
out that "what you think you 
are"? 



THALIA TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

420 Thalia Road 
Sidney D. Crane, Minister 



LONDON BRIIKiE BAPTI.ST CHURCH 

London Bndtre. Vircinia 
G. Edward Hurlios. Pastor 



THALIA LYNN BAPTLST {'HlKni 

Va. Bpiwh Blvil. ailiniiiMiB Prini-css 

High Sihool 

Rev, Robert N. Wall.ue 



FIRST BAPTIST CHIKt H 

Lynnliaven 

ni'v. Mch in R. Bo(>n<'H, iijiMiir 

VNIOII KHVrHXMII^ HAPTW-Z 
nWRCH 

Rev. S. I., ivtitt, pa.-<li>r 

LITTLE PINK.V GROVK BAPTIST 
CHI KCH 

rre.Kis — Rev. J. M. Hall, uislor 

BKi PINKY GK<»K BAPTIST 
CHI K< H 

Piiniess Anne 
Kev. Rddt'er Steel, iia.^^tor 

MORNING STAR BAPTIST (III KCH 

Rev. G. h. Parker, paslor 




WYCLIFFE PilESBYTKRIAN CHURCH 

John B, Dey Elcm. School 
J. Stanton Btain, Pastor 



BOMAN CATHOUC 



STAR OF THE SEA CATHOLIC 
CHURCH 

14lh St, and Arctic Circle 
Rev. Francis V. Bjimbriok 



Think happy thou^ts and 
yoiur attitude toward hie is cer- 
tain to be brighter and cheer- 
ful. Look for gloom and yott 
will find it. 



ST, GRIMiORY THE GREAT 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

7271 Virginia Beach Blvd, 

Rev. Flavian Yelinko, O.8.B. 

Rev. Paschal Kneip, 0,S,B. 



ST. MATTHEWS CATHOLIC CHU2*J« 

1010 Sandra Lane, Va. Beach 
Father O'Hara, Father Findlay 



It follows that our life ba- 
ched when we turn 
_ its to Cod; liKM We 
e^ in mind the high exam]}le 
of the dedicated life of Christ 
upon earth. 

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day. 



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ST. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHURCH 

044 Little Neck Ro^' 

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208 20th Street 



ERKNEZER BAPTIST (III KCH 

R<'v, G. L. Parker, jMslor 



ST. JOHN A.M.E. CHI KCH 

Davis Corner 
Rev. J. C. Faunllero.v. pastcir 




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GR.^CE BRETHREN CHI KCH 

Great Neck at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arringlon, Pastor 



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Adjacent To Princess Ann Plaza 

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TELEPHONE 34H12! 



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CEMETERY 

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CEMETERY 
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nione «»S24I 
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2406 B. Princess Anne Rd. Dial 426-5606 
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FLOWERS 
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2 LacatiMU Ta Sarva You 

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431 VirginU Baacii BlTd.— Dial 428-14t0 

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BRINKLEY'S SHEU SERVICE 

"Friendlj ^^rrlcc plus QiiaBty Prodadi" 

31sl Street and Baltic Avana 

Telephone GA 8-4232 Virginia Baack 



MAESTAS FUNERAL HOME 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 
PHONE 428-6121 



MURDEN DRUG CO., Inc. 

Pronpt . Efficiaat PrascriptioB SwtIm 

Phone 340-8 1 1 1 2264 Va. Baaeh Blvd. 

FREE DELIVERY 



The "CONVERSE" Ttanb Oxfwd For 
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HIRSCHU^S SHOES 

Aracon* ajftq^lng Caatar 
4848 Vkgtaiia Beach Blvd. 



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London BridKC, Va. aad 

Mth Street ft Aretk Avena 

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VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEANA 

Coantry Cored Bacon, Hama ft Shonldan 

Fnih Fruita, Vegetablaa. 

Groceries ft Meata 



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CoBBiiaaiaB Acant 
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Fiusi Oil and Karoaeaa 
- Dial GA8-338S 



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VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINU 23«1 

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Graduates 



MR. MRS. HERMAN HUDGINS, of 4910 Ocean Avenue, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, are photographed on board the Grace Line's 3ANTA 
MAGDALEN, wWch sailed from Port Newarli, New Jersey, on a 26- 
day two ocean cruise to Barranquilla and Cartagena, Columbia; Cristo- 
bal and Balboa, Canal Zone; Buenaventura, Columbia; GuayaquQ, 
Ecuador; and Calloa (Lima), Peru. 



Clubbers To Convene 24th 



'VIROINIA BElACJH-Representa. 
tives of the Exchange Cl^ib of Vir- 
ginia Beach will attend the 28th 
annual convention of the Virginia 
State Exchange Clubs meeting 
June 24-26 at the Chamberlin Ho- 
tel, Fort Monroe, according to 
Club President J. Richard Gormly. 

Principal ^aker at the three- 
day affair will be Jay W. Whitney, 
Tulsa, Okla., member of the board 
of directors of The National Ex- 
change Club, it was announced by 
Walter H, Boswell, Williamsburg, 
state Exchange president. 

Mr. Whitney has been a member 
of Exchange Clubs since 1945 and 
has served the organization in 
many capacities at the local, state 
and national levels. 

Mr. Whitney is a charter mem- 
ber of the Exchange Club of Tulsa 
and served as its president and as 
a member of its Freedom Shrine 
committee. Nationally, he has 
been a district governor, regional 
vice president for two t^rms. and 
a member of the Board of Direct- 
ors since 1962. Mr. Whitney is a 
menter of the Exchange Century 
Club. 

The National Exchange (rfficial 
obtained his law degree from 
Georgetown University, Wadiing- 
ton, D.C. He was active as a com 



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munity consultant on the proposed 
city charter for Tulsa in 1959; is 
a 33rd degree Mason and a mem- 
ber of the Tulsa Country Club. 

Rogers W. Lamison of Hampton 
is convention chairman. State of- 
ficers assisting are: Glen K. Sho- 
mo. Jr., Harrisonburg, vice pres- 
ident: G. Richard Brown, Rich- 
, mond, secretary; Reginald S. 
Berry, Lynchburg, treasurer; and 
Edwin Callahan, Danville, imme- 
diate past president. 

Awards Ready 

Two hundred and twenty-nine 
elementary school youngsters qual- 
ified for the Presidential Fitness 
Award program initiated this 
spring by the President's Council 
on Fitness. The recipients were 
honored as a group at the Ele- 
mentary School Fitness Meet at 
F. W. Cox High School on May 
19th. However, the awards and 
certificates were not available at 
the time. 

The awanjs have now arrived 
and all youngsters who are to re- 
ceive theii' awards may do so any- 
time now by simply contacting the 
elementary school that they attend" 
ed this past spring. 



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Three local students at Enrwry 
Univa^ity of Atlanta, Georgia are 
candidates for degrees at the c<»ii- 
ing graduation exercise scheduled 
for June 13. The year Charles L. 
Halstead of 625 Dale Road, 
M.SJ>.; Jane K. Kibler, 1341 
Laskui Rd., B. D.; and Charles 
R. McDowell, 508 22nd street, BA. 

Marjorie Wmg Todd, daughter 
oi Dr. and Mrs. James W. Todd, 
formerly of Virginia Beach, and 
now residing at Eustis, Florida, 
was among 142 candidates for the 
bachelor of arts degree at Sweet 
Briar College. Miss Todd, a grad- 
uate of County Day School, is an 
art major at Sweet Briar, where 
she was elected to Phi Beta Ka^ 
this spring. She has been o nthe 
Dean's List several times and 
last year, she studied in Paris 
under the Sweet Briar Junior Year 
in France program. For two years 
she was a member ot the Social 
Committee, serving as class social 
diairman in her freshman year. 

William G. Gray and Robert E. 
Gray, sons of the Rev. and Mrs. 
C. Katon Gray, are among the 
candidates at RandoliAnMacMi 
CoO^e, Ashland. Mr. Gray is 
minister of Lekies Methodist 
Church. Another son, James K. 
Gray, is a rising senior at Ran- 
dolph-Macon this year. 



wildlife; James Wayne' J(duison, 
electrical engineering; James 
Lingjwm Jones Jr., mechanical 
engineering; James David KeUer, 
aerospace o^ineering; Charles 
Rufub itnimmell, bachelor of 
architecture; Elizabeth Keville 
Rivers, inchistrial arts education; 
George Roger Wedcs, indu^rial 
ei^ineering; Herbert Leroy Whit- 
afcer Jr., master of science in 
chemical engineering. 



Richard Murice Dowlen of Vir- 
ginia Beach is among the two. 
hundred and eighty students of 
Austin Peay State College, Clarks- 
ville, Tennessee who received de- 
grees. 



Among the students who are 
candidates for d^ees fr<Mn Vir- 
ginia Tech to be awarded June 
1 are Richard Lee Bladsiwell Jr., 
master of science in sanitary en- 
gineering; Robert Windham Coop- 
er, ceramic engineering; Robert 
Edward Deermg Jr., distrihrtive 
education; James Michael Glen- 
non Jr., civil engineering; Jerry 
Alvin Hinn, animal science; Jolm 
Walton Grandy IV, forestry and 



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What kind of a guy is a Vice President and Investment Officer of a 
bank like Seaboard? A guy with the nickname "Skip" who was 6om in 
Newark, New Jersey. And was graduated with a Masten Degree in Business 

Administration from New York University. 

An interesting kind of guy who likes to hunt And fish. An ardoit 
yachtsman. An amateur wildlife artist Skip is first vice president 
of the Izaak Walton League of Norfolk and Chairman of recent "Sports Shows**, 
the American Legion Post #35, an elder and Sunday Scbod teacher at Squires 
N^orial Presbyterian Church, member of Norfolk Sports Qub and the 
Virginia Beach Anglers Club. 

Skip Nef! is in good company at Seaboard Bank. And na» *^oa're 
known by the company you keep" . . . we're gjad. 

R«nanber...if you ever need some good financial advice...9dp 
Neff is a good man to see. Anytime. 



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Virginia Leigh Oliver, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Oliver, 
4317 Witchduck road, was one of 
149 candidates for A.B. degrees 
at Randolpb-Macon Woman's Col- 
lege on June 5. Miss Oliver, a 
psychology major, was business 
manager ol the Potpourri literary 
magazine and assisted with fresh- 
man orienlation for three years. 



Dividend 



RUGHMOND-iDirectors of First 
& Merchants National Bank have 
declared a regular dividend of 
37Vic pa" share on the bank's 
1,467,725 shares of capital stock, 
payable July 12, 1986, to stock- 
holders of record June 17, 1966. 



J. C WHEAT 
AND COMPANY 

MEMBER 

NEW YORK 

STOCK FXCHANGE 

IS %LDEN ARCADE 
NORFOLK. VA 

PHONE MA 3-4281 



Gets Degree 

mCKORY, N. C. - A student 
from Virginia Beach was anoong 
Die 223 graduates conferred bach- 
elffl" degrees during the 75th an- 
niversary conmiencement exercise 
of Lenoir-Rhyne College. Gradua- 
tion exercises were held in the 
P. E. Monroe auditorium at the 
Lutheran institution. 

The Vii:^nla Beach shident who 
received a d^ree was Miss Mar- 
garet Jeanne Taylor, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Dickson Walter Tay- 
lor of 1724 Cooper Rd. A graduate 
of Harrisonixirg High School (1962) 
Miss Taylor earned the A.B. de- 
gree in primary education. 

While at Lenoir Rhyne she was 
active in the A Cappella Choir, as 
a cannpus guide, was vice presi- 
dent of Deka Zeta sorority, sec- 
retary of the junior class. May 
court attendant, and chaplain of 
Iota Epsilon Omega journalistic 
fraternity. She also edited several 
sections of the yearbook. 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thwr5(sfay, June 16, 1966 



Page 3-8 



Ragan Elected 



VIRG-mU BEACH-Connmander 
Malcom S. Ragan has been elected 

President of the Virginia Beach 
Civic Chorus. Comdr. Ragan was 
a Pilot fo rthe U.S. Naval Air 
Force for 23 years. He is retired 
and is "a local Real Estate Rep 
resentative. He has been a mem- 
ber of the chorus for 6 years. 

Sbowbusiness is not new to the 
Ragans, as Via had a stage career 
before becoming Mrs. Ragan. 

Other Officers elected were: 

Walter Hartlgan, Vice-President; 
Mrs. Harry "Lee" Richards, Sec; 
Oscar Northern, Treasurer; Mrs. 
Thedore 'Karla'' Beasley, Librar- 
ian; Bill Utley,- Director; H. Sam 
Ernst, Director; Mrs. Frank 
"Anne" Bragg, Director; Lee 
Chancers, Director. 



MI AT 
POPULAR 
PBICESI 




Student Appointed 

VIRG*INJA BEACH - Richard 
E. Ammons has been appointed a 
member of the Honor Court at 
the Richmond Professional Insti- 
tute for the 66-67 academic year, 

Anwnons, sen of Mr. and Mrs. 
L, R. Ammons, is a sophomore 
history major. 

Airman Ronald R. Stansbury, 
son of Donald R. Stan,<5bury of 
4744 Holiday Road, Virginia 
Beach, has been assigned to Ran- 
dolph AFB. Tex. 



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NARCE To Meet 

VmCWIik BEACH - Virgfaiia 
Beach Chapter No. 974 of the Na- 
tional association of rethred Civil- 
ian Employees will hold its r^- 
ular monthly meeting l!iur«iay, 
June 23, at 2 p.m. in the Old Vu-- 
ginia Beach City Council cbwnbers 
at 19th Street aild Artie Avenue. 

All federal retires are invited 
to attend the meeting and to join 
the club. 

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COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 7th day of June, 
1966. 

Order of Pifclication 
FRANCES SAWYER THOMPSON. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of the parties 
having lived separtely and apart 
without any cohabitation and with- 
out interruption for two years. 
TOSTEN LE.'V THOMPSON, 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
16 a non-resident of the State of 
yirginia, the last knofwn post 
office address being: c/o Mrs. 
Stuart Oswald, 5838 Turtle Crtek 
Circle, Houston, Texas, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within ten <10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. • 

By; Marv M. White, D.C 
P^ W. Ackiss 
2413 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. ft*4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINl% 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the Gty of Virginia 
B«ach, on the 31st day of May, 
1966. 
M.\RY ESTELL PRUITT, 
Plaintiff, 

against 

SYLVESTER JOSEPH PRUITT. • 
Defendant. 

Order of PuUioation 
The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matrimo- 
nii from the said defaidant, upon 
the ■grounds of separation for over 
two years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-re^dent <A the State of 

fice Sdoress \ting: Girdletree, 
Maryland, it is ordered that he 
do aippear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and <fc what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, aerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Amato, Babalas, Breit, Cohen, 

Rutter & Friedman, p.q. 
500 Helene Buildii^ 
Norfolk, Virginia 

6-Mt 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In the derk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach on the 2nd day of June, 
1966. 
EMMA ROBINSON WILLIAMS. 
Plaintiff, 
against 
DAVID N. WILLIAMS, 
Defendant. 

Order of Publication 
The object of this suit is to ob* 
tain a divwce a vincdo matrimo- 
nii ham the said defaidant. upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit havwg bem 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a n(Hi-resid«Jt of tiie State of 
Va., the last known post office 
address Being: 549 We^ 144th 



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Street. New York, P 


s^mork. it is 


oitfered that he J 


^^Ka \\ot\a. 


within ten I'lOi^ 


^Kfter due 


publication heredB 


|Hbo what 


may be necessarj 


HKect his 


interest in this su^ 


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JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 


B>-: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 


Mr. Victor J. .^she. 


Atty. 


1134 Church Street 




Norfolk, Virginia 






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VIRGINIA ELICTRIC AND POWTER COMPANY 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

The Virgin?? Beach Division of 
Pclice have in their po^^ession 31 
boy's and 22 girl's bkrvdes. 2 
tric>Tle-«, flasWt^As, wrist watch, 
firearms and various odds and 
ends that wiH be subject to auc- 
tijon sale if not clmmed befwe 
June 17. 1966. Persons who caa 
give proof of ownerdi^) may re- 
port to poHce headquarters at 
Princess Anne St^icm between the 
Hours of 8:00 am. saiA 4:00 p.m. 
to m^e such clann. 

On FViday. Ame 17. ISOe. start- 
h^ at 12 Noon in ^ area befencen 
pcdice headqtarters and the Court 
House F^ DepartmeiA, d vtt 
cles not claimed wiH be s^ A 
{ubUc tHJOtion tqr tiw DupaitaMBt 
of F^biic Saf^. 

BUREAU »" SAFETY 
Itoew E. JotesoB. CfeM 



f^n{a Beach SUN, Thursday, June 1 6, 1 966 



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VBGBIU: 

fa the Oeii's Office o( tiie 
Gmd% Gmvt of the Ctty of Vlr- 
SUa BeKh oo the Ust day <rf 
Ifay. uas.- 

STATE HKaiWAY OOMIUSSION- 
I» (^ VQIOfi^U, PeUtioner, 

V. 

UMA JAia MORGAN, Widow 
«l Burdnack Kaod 
Vipgiiua Beach, Vir^da 
EaOLY ELABC: MORGAN, 

m West and Street 

No^olk. Vii«ima ^^ '■ 

MABGusirn: e. ra^sroN. 

IVidow 
«1 Binliieck Road 
Virghda Bead), Virginia 
CLARENCE M. MORGAN and 
GRACE L. MORGAN, his w«e 
«U Birdneck Circle 
Vbginia Beach, VirgiBia 
WJUAM J. MORGAN and 
MARGARET MOBGAN..his wife 
mo E. Bran:d>tot(m Avenue 
Norfolk, Vlrgima 
UXA M. OOROAN and 
RQBEBO' I£E GOIOAN, her 



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LEGAL NOTICES 



lUS Old Virginia Ben:h Road 
Virghiia Beadi, Vir^oia 
BABEUE M. YWQ, EKvorced 
«S Bmbedc Road 

Virgiiiia Beadi, Virginia 
ALfBH ) B. MORGAN and 
ETHEL A. MORGAN, his wife, 

' 1117 Old Virginia Beach Road " 
Vii^inia Beach, Virginia 

' JOHNSON MORGAN, Widower 

• c/o Russell Morgan 
4e N. Birdneck Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

' aOPHEBD GOFFIGAN. 

uamarried 
.14M Great Nedc Road 

• Virginia Beach, Virginia 
MARY H. WHITEBURST, Widow 
961 Great Neck Road 

• Virgiraa Beach, Viiginia 
-EUZAHEm HUGHES MALB(»f. 

unmarried 
1432 Great Neck Road ' 
. Virginia Beach, Virginia 
RUSSELL MORGAN and 
. LOUAN MORGAN, his wife 
415 N. Birdneck Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
X/eSiSfM MORG.\N and 
HATTIE MORGAN, his wife 
c/o Mrs. Lora ^pence 
1421 Paknotto Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
ESMOND E. MORGAN and 
. SOFIA MORGAN, his wife 
215 South Birdneck Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
i m^JBi I. IftQBGAii. 
iSliZ TKEOT:. MORGAN, 
ENOCH F. MORGAN, 
. AGUSHA MORGAN, 
IK^YMON MORG.^, 
MBLIKIED M(»U1AN, and if they 
be dead, their heirs at law, dev- 
isees or assigns, except those 
named above, whose names are 
unknown, and their respective 
lioi creditors, if any there be. 
and all other jJersons who are 
or may be interested in the 
property to be condemned in 
these proceedings, all of said 
parties being hereby proceeded 
against by the generd descrip- 
twn d "Parties Urfuwwn," 
D^endants. 

.Older «rf PnbUcatiiHi 
Tte object <rf this suit is for the 
petitioner to awpire by condem- 
nation tbe fe^ sin^jle title, includ- 
ing hut not Iknked to, aU ease- 
ments of access, l^t and air. in- 
cident to the lands abutting upon 
said |HX)per^ taken for a limited 
. access hi^ay. and upon any 

• ramps; loops or connections at w 

■ ■with intersecting highways, and | 
aD rights of ii^ess and egress 

. to and from the said road, said 

• parcel of land to be takai being 
! des(TS>ed as foDows: 

Being as shown on Sheet 503-15 i 
. of the plans to be used for Route 

• 44, State Hi^ay Project 0044- 
'. 134-101. RW-201. and lyii^ on the 

■ north <left> side d Toll Road cai- 
. leriine and adjacent to the exist- 

• ing east property line d Annbrose 
Bufwd from the land of Ambrose 

■ ftiford oRWSite approximate sla- 

■ tien »4 plus 16 to the lands of 
; WatsOT Braxton (wosi^e a^roxi- 

• mate Statirai 604 pUis 72 and con- 
.' taming 0047 M:re. more or less, 
; land; and bang a part of the 

■ sane land acquired by the land- 
, owner from Anias Hu^ by deed 

• dated March 6. 1905, and record- 
\ cd in Deed Bodt 132, P£ge 316. 

• te the rfCce of Uie Clerk rf the 
\ Circuit Court of the C»y of Vir- 

• ginia Beach. 

', the above pasties are hereby 
' ' notified (bat the ^te H^way 
', OmmiiBmouet rd Virginia wiB on 
. ^ Mth ^y of ivm, 1966. at 
U:W •'tieck A.M.. or as soon 
aa amssd may be 
mm the Judge of the Cir- 
Com tdOmf^y ol Vrginia 
«lt Uia Courthouae M ^ns- 
nrt Awe. ier the apfoaOaat 
ff cjmrniinniri to aac^tain 
wM am^iUite juA com- 
Itr the \mk above de- 
ris^^ 10 yw. tM»A 
(be St^ m^^mmg Cmmmmaoa 
to cHf*— M Ier Ibe loca- 



ti<m, con^ruction, ^)eration and 
maiflt^ance of State Highway 
Route 44, Project 0044-134-101, RW- 
aoi, in the City (A Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; Said parcel being as 
shown (»)yplan sheets att»:bed to 
the Petition this day ffled in the 
above styled cause; and to award 
damages, if £Hiy. resulting to the 
adjacent and other property of 
the owners, beycf)d the «^nce- 
ment m value which may accrue 
to said property as a result of 
the locafiiMi. comtruction, opera- 
tion and madntenance of said high- 
way. The owna-ship, location and 
description <rf the property to be 
condemned and Ae nature of the 
ccxKtruction and the k)caftioa of 
saki highway will fuUy appear by 
reference to said Petition and ex- 
hftits on fiie in the Clerk's Office 
of the said Circuit Court of the 
City d Vkiginia Beach. 

Affidavit having be^ made that 
Helen I. Morgan, Inez Irene Mor- 
gan, Enoch F. Morgan. Agustia 
Moi^an, Wayroon Morgan and 
Mildred Morgan are not residents 
of the State of Virginia, afln due 
diligft^'on the part d the peti- 
tkmeino ascertain in what County 
w Corpwation the said Helen I. 
Morgan, Inez Irene Morgan, 
E^h I^: Morgan. Agustia Mor- 
gan, Waymon Morgan and Mil- 
dred Morgan reside, without ef- 
fect, and the heirs at law or dev- 
isees or assigns, if any, of the 
said Helen I. Morgan, Inez Irene 
Morgan, Enoch F. Morgan, Agus- 
tia Morgan, Wayn»n Moc^an and 
Mfldred Morgan being unknown, 
and their respective lien creditors 
and all oUier parties interested in 
fliese proceedings being .unknown 
to the petitioner who has been 
unable to deteimine their names 
and addresses after due diligence 
upon his part to do so, all df said 
parties are proceeded against un- 
der the general description of 
"Parties Unknown." 

tt is accordingly ORDERED 
that the above named persons 
w^o are or may be interested in 
the prciperty to be condanned in 
tfjese proceedings appear within 
ten (10) days after due publication 
<rf this Ctexler and do what may 
be necessary to protect their in- 
terest. 

It is further ORDERED that 
this OJJer be. published once a 
week for't\w) (2> successive weeks 
in the Virgiraa Beach Sun. a 
newspaper publidied in the Gity 
of Virginia Beadi^, and that a copy 
d this Order be posted at tte 
{rant da«r oi tb* OaMrthww at 
the Circuit Court of 'the City of 
Virginia Beach. » 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Gerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

6-9-2t 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of Uie City of Vir- 
ginia Beach on the 31st day of 
May. 1966. 

STATE HIi'WAV COMMISSION- 
ER OF VmGINIA, Petitioner, 

V. 

COURTNEY STORMONT and 

BUELAH STORMONT, his wife 

1401 Crystal Parkway 

Vii^inia Beach, Virginia 

VIRGINL^ H. STORMONT, widow 

208 28th Street 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

DAVID STORMONT. -JR. and 

VIRGINIA T. STORMONT, 
his wife , 

110 Bobolink Drive 

Birdneck P»oint 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

HENRIETTA STORMONT S.\LE 

and A. F. S.4LE, her huAand 

Sale Farm 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 

THOM.-^ CHESHIRE GARRETT, 
marital status unknov^ii 

1(B2 West 36th Street 

Norfolk, Virginia 

FRANK G.\RRETr, unmarried 

Box 78. Route No. 3 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 

BUFORD E. BERRY, RCHDERICK 
P. G.\RRETT, DOYI^ G BER- 
RY, JULL\N G.\RRETT. EV- 
ERETT S BERRY, FANNIE 
CTORMONT DUNCAN. JACK 
DUNCAN. HENRIETTA G. 
PENNINGTON. K^THERDJE 
J.\N'E GARRETT GILLION. and 
if they be dead, their surviving 
spouKs. heirs at law, devisees 
or assigns, except those named 
^jove, whose nanes are un- 
known, and their reflective lien 
creditors, if any there be, and 
all dher persons who ar^ or 
may be interested in the proper- 
ty to be condemned in the^ 
proceedings, all of said parties 
being hereby proceeded against 
by the general description of 
"Parties Unknown.' Defendants. 

Ord«T of PablicatiM 
The object of this suit is for the 
petitioner to acc^ire by condsm- 
nation the fee simple title, includ- 
ing but not lanited to. all ease- 
ments of access. Ight and air, in- 
cident to the lands abutting i^wn 
said [ri^ierty takoi Iw a limited 
access hi^ay. and upon any 
tSBift, kx^ or coQi^ctiODb at or 



with intersecting W^inw^s, and 
all rights of ingress aod egress 
to and from the said road, aaid 
parcel of land to be taken being 
described as foUows: 

Being as shown on Sheet 503-16 
of the {^ans to be used for Route 
44. State Highway Project 0044' 
134-101, R-W 201, and lying on 
both sides of the toH rrad east 
bound lane survey line and adja- 
cent to the north property line ol 
Harry R. Smith from the lands of 
Nellie Sieoj at approxknate Sta- 
tion 619 fOus 74.79 to the lands of 
A. F. Sale at approxknate Sta- 
tkn 621 plus 13.63, and containing 
0.'^ acre, n»re or less, land. 

The above parties are hereby 
notified that the SUte Hi^ay 
Commissioner of Virginia wil on 
the 24th day of June, 1966, at 
10:00 ffclock A.M., or as soon 
thereafter % counsei may be 
heard, move the Judge of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beadi, at ^ Courthouse at Prin- 
cess Anne, for the appointment 
of Commissioners to ascertain 
which will constitute just com- 
pensation for the lands above de- 
scribed bekx^ing to you. which 
the State Hi^ay Commissioner 
proposes to condemn for the locA- 
tkm, oonstniction, operatkm and 
mainteoance of State Ifighway 
Route 44, Project 0044-134-101, RIW- 
aoi, in the City of V&ighiia Beach. 
Virginia; Mid parcel being as 
shown on plan sheets attadied to 
the Petition this day filed m the 
2^ve styled cause; and io afward 
(hmages. if any, reaukii^ to the 
adjacent and oAer proporty of 
the owners, beyoHd the eiriiance- 
moit HI value .which may aooiie 
to sakl jtroperty as a resuk of 
the kKatioo, constructnn, operta- 
tkn and nuintenance of said Uf^ 
way. Ihe oxmiersfaip, location and 
description <^ the property to be 
condemned and the nature of the 
construction and the k>catioR of 
said highway will fuUy appear by 
reference to said Petition and ex- 
hibits on fiJe in the Clerk's Offoe 
of the said Circuit Court of the 
City of VijTginia Beach. 

Affidavit having been made that 
Buford E. Berry, Roderick P. Gar- 
rett, Doyle G. Berry, JuUan Gar- 
rett, Everett S. Berry, Fannie 
Stomiont Duncan, Jack Duncan, 
Henrietta G. Pennington, and 
Katherine Jane Garrett Gillion 
are not resklents of the State of 
Virginia, after due diligence on 
the part of the petitioner to ascer- 
tain in what County or Corpora- 
tion the said Buf<n^ E. Bo-ry, 
Roderick P. Garrett, Doyle G- 
Berry, Julian Garrett, Everett S. 
Barry. Faiuub SlUBgmodL Duncan, 
Jack Duncan, Henletta G. Pen- 
nington, and Katherine Jane Gar- 
rett Gillion reside, without effect, 
and the heirs at law or devisees 
or assigns, if any. of the said Bu- 
ford E. Berry, Roderick P. Gar- 
rett, Doyle G. Berry, Julian Gar- 
rett, Everett S. Berry, Fannie 
Stomiont Dimcan, Jack Duncan, 
Henrietta G. Pennington, and 
Katherine Jane Garrett Gillion 
being unkown, and their respect- 
ive lien creditors and all other 
parties interested in these pro- 
ceedings betag urfmown to the 
petitioner who has been unable to 
determine their names and ad- 
dresses after due diligence upon 
his part to do so, all of said par- 
ties are proceeded against under 
the general descrH)tion of "Parties 
Unknown." 

It is accordingly ORDERED 
that the above named persons 
who are or may be interested in 
the prcyerty to be condemned in 
these proceedings appear within 
ten (10) days after due j»Mcatioi? 
of this Order and do what may 
be necessary to protect their in- 
terest. 

It is hulher ORDERED that 
this Order be published once a 
week for two (2i successive weeks 
in the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
Newspaper ptblidied in the City 
fcf Virginia Beach, and that a copy 
' of this Order be posted at the 
front door of the Courthouse of 
the Circuit Cotrt of the City of 
Viii^Ja Beach. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cl«k. 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, DC* 

6«« 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerks Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach on the 3lslQjday of 
May. 1966. 
STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION- 

Ol OF VIRGINIA, Petitioner, 



MARG.ARET CORNICK 

6516 Newtown Road 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 

GEORGE CORNICK. and if he be 
dead, his heirs at law, devisees 
or assigns, except those named 
3to\'e, whose names are un- 
known, and their reflective li«J 
creditors, if any there be. and 
all other perj«is who are or 
may be interested in the proper- 
ty to be condanned in these pro- 
i ceedings. all of said parties be- 
ii^ hereby proceeded against l^ 
' the gaieral descriptron d "Par- 
ties Unknovkn,' Defendai^. 



tbe object of Uiis suit is to Ibe 
peQti(mer to ad(|utte bf eoedeai- 
H^oo the fae ^le title, kicbid- 
tag but not UaMed to, as ease- 
msnis d acceo, )^ tad air, in- 
ckirat to the Umda abutting upon 
sakl property taka for a limited 
aeoesi U^ay, and upon any 
rait^ kapB <r connecUons at or 
with ioteraeetii^ highways, and 
all ilf^to of ki^:«ss and egr^s 
to and frfsm the said road, »ak! 
pared of land to be taken being 
describid as foUows: 

PARCEL "A": Being as shown 
on Sheet S(H-6 of the plans to be 
uaed for Rnrie 44, State Hi^ay 
Project 0044-134-101, RW-201, and 
lying on the north left side of 
Toll Road centerline and adjacent 
to the north property line of Rose- 
lee C Parker fixm the lands of 
Roselee C. Parker opposite ap- 
proodmate Station 4ft plus 39 to 
the lands of Roselee C. Parker op- 
posite approximate Statton 46 plus 
06, and ctmtaiamg 0.066 acre, nnore 
(M* less, land. 

PARCEL "B": Bemg as shown 
on Sheet SOl-7 of the sakl plans, 
and lying on the southeast right 
side of Rekxsated Newtown Road 
centerline and adjacoit to the 
existing southeast ri^ of way 
line of Newtown Road from the 
lands of Roaelee C. Parker oppo- 
site approximate Statk>n 30 plus 
79 to the lands of Rosdee C. Par- 
ker o(:|)osite af)|»-oxknate Station 
31 plus 19, and coatainmg 0.010 
acre, more or less, land. 

PARCELS "A" AND "B" t(«e- 
tber ctmtjdn 0.065 acre, moire or 
less, land. 

PARCEL "C": A perpetual, 
easement and rightof way for Uie 
cflostructton, o^ratkn and mam- 
tenanoe of power line facilities, in- 
cludkig any and all necessay at- 
tachments and ^appurtenances 
thereto, afeng and contiguous to 
the proposed south ri^t of way 
line of Newtown Road, fr<Mn oppo- 
site approxknate Station 30 pkis 
79 to Of^Msite approximate Station 
31 plus 19. 

TTie ab8ve parties are hereby 
notified that the State Highway 
Commission t of Virginia will on 
the 24th day of June, 1966, at 
10:00 o'clock A.M., or as soon 
thereafter as counsel may be 
heard, mo | ^ the Judge of the Cir- 
ciflt Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, at the Courthouse at Prin- 
cess Anne, for the appointmerrt 
of Commissioners to ascertain 
which win constitute just com- 
pensf |on for the lands £^ove de- 
scribed belonging to you, which 
the State Highway Commissioner 
proposes to condemn for the loca- 
tion, QUQi^niction. operatum and 
maintenance ,pf State Highway 
Route 44, Project 00^134-101, RW- 
201, in the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; said parcel beiilg^ as 
fSiown on plan sheets attached to 
the Petition this day {Sled in the 
^xyve styled cause; and to award 
damages, if any, resulting to the 
adjacfflt and dket property of 
the owners, beyond the ei^iance- 
ment hi value which may accrue 
to said property as a result of 
fbe locatkHi, constructiMi, ap^i^- 
tion and maintenance of said high- 
way. The owoerddp, location and 
description of the property to be 
condemned and the nature of the 
constructkm and tiie locatkui of 
said highway will fuMy appear by 
reference to said Petition and ex- 
hibits on f9e in the Clerk's Otffce 
of the said Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach. 

Affidavit having been made that 
George Cornick is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, after due 
diligence on the part of the peti- 
tioner to ascertain in what Cour»- 
ty or Corporation the said party 
reskles, without effect, and the 
heirs at law, devisees or assigns, 
if any, of the said George Cor- 
nwk, and their respective lien 
creditors and aH other parties in- 
terested in these proceedings be- 
ing unknown to tiie petitioner who 
has been unable to determkie t^^ir 
names and addresses after due 
diligence upon his part to do so, 
all of sakl parties are proceeckd 
against under the general descrip- 
tion of "PvttK Unknown." 

It is aococdin^y ORDE^RED 
that the above naned persons 
who are or may be inter^led in 
the property to be cgndemned in 
these proceedki^ appear within 
ten (10) days after due publication 
d this Order and do wh^ may 
be neceaary to protect their in- 

It is ftirther ORDERED that 
tins Order be pii>U^ied once a 
we^ for two (2) suocosive weeks 
in the Virgina Beach Sun, a 
newspaper publi^ted in the City 
of Virginia Beach, and that a copy 
of ^Ms Order be posted at tiw 
front door d the Cotothouse of 
the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virgima Beach. 

A Q^O^T^e: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fnrit, D.C. 

6*2t 



STATE HIGI«¥AY 00lltoOS»0N- 
£R GF \JBGWIA, Petificma-, 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



v.. 
e&BLY ELAIME MC»iGAN, 

Sin^ 
40^ West 3tnd Street- 
Norf<A, Virginia 
MARGUBRITE E. PRESTON,- 

Wkkw 
ei Birdneck Road 
Virginia Bead), Vir;^a 
INEZ IRENE MORGAN and HEI^ 

EN I. IIORGAN, and if tiiey be 
dead, their hears at law, devi- 
sees or assigns, whose names 
are unknown, and their respect* 
iv« lien creditors, if any there 
be, whose names are uidmown, 
and aS otlier persms who are or 
may be intend in the prop- 
erty to be condonnef in these 
(Mtxeedings, whose names are 
wAamm. all of sakl parties be- 
ing herelv proceeded agaust by 
tiie general descriptton d 'Tar- 
ties Uidmown," Defendants. 

Order of PabUcatkm , 
"Hie object of this suit is for the 
jwtitioner to acquire by condem- 
nation the fee single title, includ- 
ing but not Umited to, all ease- 
ments of accesa, l^t and air, in- 
cideiH to the lands abutting upon 
said property taken for a limited 
access hi^iway, and upon any 
ramps, loops or conne<ti<»is at or 
wuth intersecting highways, and 
all rights of ingress and egress 
to and from the said road, said 
parcel of land to be taken being 
described as follows: 

PARCEL A— Being as shown on 
Sheet No. Soa-lS of ^ plans to 
be used for Route 44, State Ifigh- 
way Project 0044-134-101, RW-201, 
and lytt| on both sides of Ramp 
"A" centerline and adjacent to the 
east property line of Watson Brax- 
ton from the lands of Johnson 
Morgan at approximate Station 18 
plus 04 to the lands of Watson 
Braxton ai. approximate Stati<» 18 
plus 65, and containkig 0.162 acre, 
more or less, land; and being a 
part of the same land acquired 
by the landowner from Hattie 
Hughes and Shepard Coffigan by 
deed dated July 15, 1940, and re- 
corded in Deed Book 211, Page 
135, in the office of the Clerk of 
the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach. 

PARCEL B— (Being as shown on 
Sheet No. 503-15 of the said plans 
and lyii% on both sides of the 
Ramp "A" centerline and adja- 
cent to the north property line of 
Lola Jane Morgan from Uie lands 
of Lola Jane Morgan at appr<»d- 
mate Sti'ion 15 pkis 83 to the 
lands of Isabelle Morgan King at 
approximate Station 16 plus 84, 
and ctmtaining 0.35 acre, more or 
less, land; and bring a part d 
the same land acquired by the 
landowner from Enoch Morgan 
and Lola Jane Morgan, by Deed 
dated January 20, 1906, and re- 
ceded in Deed Book 90, Page 105, 
in the office of the Gerk of the 
Circuit Court of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

PARCEL C— Being as shown on 
Sheet No. 503-15 of the said plans 
and lying on the west (left) side 
of Seatack Road baselme and ad- 
jacent to the existing west right of 
way line of Seatack Road from 
the lantJs oif Virginia Beach School 
Board opposite ap|MX)xiinate Sta- 
tion 8 plus 17 to the lands of 
Marguerite E. Proton opposite 
approximate Station 9 plus 10 and 
containing 0.481 acre, more or 
less, land; and being all of the 
same land acquired by the land- 
owner from Enoch Mong^ and 
Lola J. Morgan, husband and wife, 
by Deed dated January 20. 1908, 
and recorded in Deed Book 90, 
Page 105, in the office of the Clerk 
of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach. 

PARCEL D-^Being as shown on 
Sheet No. 508-15 d the said plans 
and lying on both sides of the 
Toll Road centerline and adjacent 
to the existing east right of way 
line of Birdbieck Road, from the 
existing east right of way line of 
Birdneck Road at approxknate 
Station 612 plus 96. to the existing 
west right <^ way line of Terra^iin 
Road at a/ppraxMoaie Station 613 
plus 48, and cootakung 0.^ acre, 
more or less, land; and being all 
of the same land acquired by the 
laodc^vi^ar from D. Stormont and 
V. A. Stormoot by Deed dated 
October 9, 1905. and recorded in 
Deed Book 76, Page 42S, in the 
office of the Clerk of the Circuit 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



mafflternnce d State Hi^ay 
Boute 44, Project 0044-134-101, RW- 
201, in the Oity of Virginia Beach, 
Vitfioia; said parcel being as 
shown on plan sheets attached to 
the Petition this day Sed in the 
stwe styled cause; aiad to awaid 
dam^, if any, resulting to the 
adjacent and other property of 
the owners, beyond the eidiance- 
fnait in value whidi may accrue 
te saki property as a result of 
the locaOwi, construction, opera- 
turn and maintoiance of said hi^ 
way. The ownersiiip, location and 
descr^on of the property to be 
cMKJenn^ i«d the nature of the 
construction and the locaftiom of 
said highway will fully appear by 
reference to said Petition and ex- 
ha>its on file in the Clerk's Office 
of the said CircuK Court of the 
•City of Virginia Beach. 

Affidavit having been made that 
Inez Ir^ie Morgaui atd Helen I. 
Morgan are not residents of the 
State of Vii^inia, after due dili- 
gence on the part of the petition- 
er to ascertain in what County or 
Corporation the said Inez Irene 
Morgan and Helen I. Morgan re- 
side, without effect, and the heirs 
at law, or devisees or assigns, if 
any, of the said Inez Irene Mor- 
gan and Hel^ I. Morgan being 
unknown, and their respective lien 
creditors and all other parties in- 
terested in these procedings being 
unknown to the petitioner who has 
been unable to determine their 
names and addresses a<fter due 
diligence upon his part to do so, 
all of the said parties are pro- 
ceeded against under the general 
description of "Parties Unknown." 
It is accordingly ORDERED 
that the above named persons 
who are or may be intere^ed in 
the property to be condemned in 
these proceedings appear within 
ten (10) days after Cfe puWidation 
of this Order and do what may 
be necessary to protect their in- 
t«iest. 

It is further ORDERED that 
this Order be pdblished once a 
week for two (2) successive wedcs 
in the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper published in the Qty 
of Virginia Beach, and that a copy 
of this Order be posted at the 
front door of the Courthouse of 
the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beadi. 
A Copy—Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oerk. 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
6-^2t 

VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Cffcuit Court of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach on the 31st day of 

STATE HIGHWAY OOMMISSION- 
BR OF VIRGINIA, Petitioner 

V. 

JOHN W CAKE. JJl. and 
SHIRLEY R. CAKE, his wife, 
901 N. Lynnhaven Road ' 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
HELLEN CAKE FUTCH and 
THOiMAS W. FUTCH, her husband 
209 W. McGiwiis Circle 
Norfolk, Virginia 
DAVID V. CAKE and 
LRjIA H. CAKE, his wife 
1204 Country CliA Road 
Newport News. Virginia 
JOSERI E. BEARD and 
JOYCE MYERS BEARD, his wife 
Fairfax County Agent's Office 
Fairfax, Virginia 
UARY CAKJE PAXSON and 
FINLEY I. I».\XSON, her husband 
112 S. Lynnhaven Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
GEORGE R. CAKE* JR. and 
DOROTHY F. CAKE, his wife 
209 W. McGinnis Circle 
Norfolk, Virginia 
MARCUS P. CAKE, a minor 
c/o Mrs. Thomas D. Futch 
209 W. McGinnis Circle 
Norfolk, Virginia 
EDWIN W. CAKE and DOROTHY 
S. CAKE, his wife, ahd if they 
or either of them be dead, his or 
their heirs at law, or devisees, 
and lien creditors of the perains 
herein mentioned, if any there 
• be, and all other persons having 
an interest in the property to 
be condemned in these proceed- 
ings, whose names are unknown, 
all of said persons are hereby 
proceeded against under the gen- 
eral description of "Parties Un- 
known," Drfendants. 

Order of FuWlcatkm ^ 
The d>ject of this suit is for Ihe 



• LEGAL NOTICE 



landowner OHwaito aK>naiawte 
Station 7 phis 15 to Uk lanls of 
I^B^I^ H. Chow, et ux, cwoaita 
jfprfflLinate Station 14 |ws 3^ 
mi cootaiimig 1.30 acre, more or 
less, lud; and being a part of 
tlw same bmd acquired Iqr Oe 
landowner from Louis S. 14artk> 
and Eudora Martin by Deed dated 
July 1, 1912. and recorded in Deed 
Book 88. page 579, in the Office 
d the Clerk of the Cktaiit Cwfft 
of the Ofy of Virgima Beach. 

PARCEL B — A perpetud ease- 
ment mi ri^ of way fw the 
construction, operation and main- 
tenanoe of powo- Bne fadlHies, in- 
ckidk^ my aai sSl neoess^ at- 
t^cfaqoents and appurtenances 
ai|H«to. a\(m and conUguous to 
the pr^xwed south right d way 
line of said road from opposite 
^jproximate Statkrn 12 jJus 48 to 
apposite approximate Station 12 
plus 68. 

The abo-/.' parties are hereby 
notified that the State Highway 
Commi^ioner of Virginia wifl on 
the 24th day of June, 1966, at 
10:00 o'clock A.M., or as soon 
thereafter as counsel may be 
heard, move the Judge of the Cir- 
cudt Couft of>the City of Vkginia 
Beach, at the Courthouse ai Prin- 
cess Anne, for the appointment 
of Commissioners to ascertain 
which will constitute just com- 
pemsation for the lands above de- 
scribed belonging to you, which 
the State Highway Commissioner 
proposes to condemn for the loca- 
tion, oonstruction, . operation and 
maintenance of State Highway 
Route 44, Project 0044-134-101, RW- 
201, in the Ci^ of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; said parcel being as 
shown on plan sheets attached to 
the Petition this day faled in the 
above styled cause; and to award 
damages, if any, reailting to Uie 
adjacent gnd othgr property of 
the owners, beyorid the eiriiance- 
ment in vaiue which may accrue 
to said property as a result of 
the location, construction, opera- 
tion and madrttenance of said high- 
way. The ownership, location and 
description of the propedy to be 
condemned and the nature of the 
construction and the location of 
said hig/way will fully appear by 
reference to said Petition and ex- 
hibits on file in the Clerk's Office 
of the said Circuit Court of the 
City of Virgv^i Beach. 

Affidavit having been made that 
Edwin W. Cake and Dorothy S. 
Cake, his wife, are not residents 
of the State of Virginia, after due 
diUgenoe oil the part of the peti- 
tioner to ascertain in what Coun- 
ty or C(Hporation the said Edwin 
W. Cake and Dorothy S. Cake, his 
wife, reside, without effect, and 
dw heirs at laiw er deviaeee er as- 
signs, if any, of the said Edwin 
W- Cake and Dorothy S. Cake, his 
wife, being unknown, and thefr 
respective lien creditors and all 
other parties interested in these 
proceedings being unknown to the 
petitioner who has been unable 
to determine their names and ad- 
dresses after due diligence i^)on 
his part to do so, all of said par- 
ties are proceeded against mder 
the general description of "Parties 
Unknown." 

It is aocordin^y ORDERED 
that ihe above named persons 
who are or may be interested in 
the prciperty to be condemned in 
these proceedings appear within 
ten (10) days after due publication 
of this Order and do what may 
be necessary to protect their in- 
terest. 

It is further ORDERED that 
this Order be published once a 
week for two (2) successive weeks 
in the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper published in . the City 
of Virginia Beach, and that a copy 
of this Order be posted at the 
fjont door d the Courthouse of 
the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virgi^iiia Beach. 

A Cow— T^te: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

6-9-2t 



Cowt of the City of Wrginia i petitioner to acquire by ccndem- 



VIRGINIA: 

In the Clak's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Cky d Vir- 
ginia Beach on tbe 31st day of 
.May. 1966. 



Beach 

Parcela A, B, C. and D togeth- 
er cont^ 1.190 axse. more or 
less, land, 

The above psffties are hereby 
notified tiiat the State Hc^iway 
Commi^ioner of Virginia wiH on 
tl» 24th day of June. 1966, at 
10:00 o'clock A.M., or as soon 
thereafter as coun^ mav be 



nation the fee simple title, includ- 
ing but not limited to, aU ease- 
ments of access, feht and air, in- 
ckient to the lands abutting upoTi 
said property taken for a limited 
access highway, and upon any 
ramps, loops or connectwns at or 
with intersecting hi^iways. and 
all rights of ingress and egress 
to and V nij the said road, said 



heard, move the Judge of the Cir- ! parcel of land to be taken b^i^ 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia described as fdIo*s: 
Beach, at |he Courtlxxse at Prin- | PAWXL A — B«ng as shown 
ces Awe, for the appointment ! on Sieet No. 502-16 d the plans 
of Conmfesiooers to ascertain | to be used for Route 44. Slate 



which wHI const^ute just com- 
pensation for the lands aiaove de- 
scribed briodging to you. wUch 
the State H^iway Ccnvnlssioner 
propoKS to owxiemn far the loca- 
tion, ocmstruction, operation and 



Highway Project 0044-134-Wl RW- 
201. and lying on the east (r^ti 
side of Mapleton Road centerline 
(Route 644) and adjac^t to the 
existing east rigl^ d way line of 
Mapleton from tbe libds of the 



VIRGIMA: 
In the Cferk's Office of the 

Circuit Court" of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach on the 3l5t day of 

May. 1966. 

STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION- 
ER OF VIRGINU, Petitioner, 
v. 

JC«C^ E. CLARKSON, Ancillary 
Admiiustrator of the Estate d 
MICHAEL DAI'^X), Deceased, 

Virginia National Bffiik Building 

Norfolk, Virginia; 

ORPHANS OF caiEEK RITE 
G-^THOLIC DIOCESE. 

c o Rev. Jdui R. Martin 

54 Riverview .Avenue 

Pittsburg, Pennsyivania; 

TR.\PPLST MONKS OF THE OR- 
DER OF OUR LADY OF THE 
HOLY GHOST. 

c Henry L. DeGilve 
Attorney at Law 

HealQ' BuiMii^ 

Atlanta. Georgia. 3Q308; 

ANDREW DANAO 

c Peyton T. Jwdan 
AttornQT at ham 

P. 0. Box 18441 

Tampa. Florida; and 

tte hdrs or devisees of MICHAEL 
DANI^, DecMsed, other Uian 



4K»e Sfm^mm^ 0mmpes 

mi (be t>#ii'A»» Hon cre^t^r^ 
if aqy'the» be, of h^ d lau 
pmtkft api M other jaMbns 
who aaay haw im interesf in 
^ |H«f)erty te ba osiilemaed in 
thMe i»t)ceediaii^ tf d said 
ptftitt being uB&nniwa snd are 
herdl^ ftocmioi mbn* under 
the general dserif^ «f "Par- 
ties Uhknovn." tieleQivits. 

Origg d ftMoMm * 
The object of this »ik is for the 
petitioner to aoqiure by condem- 
nation &e fee single title, indud- 
h% but not Iknjted to, al ease- 
ments of access, ]|^t and air, in- 
ckioit to the lands Glutting upon 
said prop«^ taken for al Iknited 
access fa^bway, and t^Rm any 
ramps, \at06 or coiB)ecti«is at or 
with inta-sectii^ hi^ays, and 
all ri^its of ingress and egress 
to and fr(»n the said road, said 
parcel of land to be tsdien bei^ 
described as f(^ows: 

PARCEJL "A": Being as shown 
on Sheet 502-5 of the plans to be 
used for Route 44, State High- 
way Project 0044-134-101, RW-201, 
and lyii^ on both sides of the Toll 
Road centerline and adjacent to 
the existing south right of way line 
of Third Street from the existing 
east right of way line of Virginia 
Avenue at apfxxiximate Station 254 
plus 91 to the existing west right 
of way line of West Virginia Ave- 
nue at approximate Station 257 
pkis 01 and containii^ 0.686 acre, 
more or less, land. 

PARCEL "B": Being as shown 
on Sheet 502-6 of the said plans 
and lying on both sides of the 
Toll Road centerline and adjacoit 
to the existkig south right of way 
line of Third Street from the exist- 
mg east right of way line of Ken- 
tucky Avenue at ^iproximate Sta- 
tk)n 260 plus 13 to the lands of 
Clydel^. Gray and Anne M. Gray 
at approximate Statiffli 261 plus 
17 and containing 0.891 acre, more 
or less, land. 

PARCELS "A" and "B" togeth- 
er contain 1.577 acres, more or 
less, land. 

The above parties are hereby 
notified that the State Hoghway 
Commissioner of Virginia wil on 
the 24th day of June, 1966, at 
10:00 o'clock A.M., or as so»n 
thereafter as counsel may be 
heard, move the Judge of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virgmia 
Beach, at the Courthouse at Prin- 
cess Anne, for the appomtment 
of Commissioners to ascertain 
which will constitute just con^^i 
pensation for the lands Aove de- 
acnii)ed belonging to you, which 
the State Highway Commissioner 
proposes to condemn for the loca- 
tion, ooB^cuction. opecaltion and 
maintertance of State Highway 
Route 44, Project 0044-134-101, RW- 
201, in the C% of Vfrginia Befach, 
Virginia; Said paS'el being as 
shown (Ml plan sheets attached to 
the Petition this day filed in the 
above styled icause; and to award 
dama^, if any, resulting to the 
adjacent and other properly of 
the owners, beyond the enhance- 
ment in value which may aocrue 
to said property as a result of 
■the location, wMistructitm, opera- 
tion and maiintenance of said high- 
way. The ownership, k>c^on and 
description of the propc^Sy to be 
condemned and the nature d the 
constructkm and the k>caitioo df 
said highway will fully appear by 
reference to said Petition and ex- 
hibits on fie in the Clerk's Office 
of the said Circuit Court of the 
City of Vinginia Beach. 

Affidavit having been made that 
the Orphans of Greek Rite Ca\»- 
lie Diocese, Trappist Monks of the 
Order of Our ukdy of the Holy 
Ghost, and Andrew Danko are not 
residents of the State of Virginia, 
and the heirs or devisees d Mi- 
chael Danko. Deceased, other than 
the persons above named are un- 
known to your petitioner, after due 
diligence on his part to ascertain 
in what County or Corporation the 
said parties, or any of them, re- 
side, without effect, and their re- 
spective lien creditors and al oth- 
er parties interested in these pro- 
ceedings being unknown to the 
petitioner who has been unable to 
determine their names and ad- 
dresses after due diligence upon 
his part to do so, all of said 
parties are proceeded against un- 
der the general description d 
"Parties Unknown." 

It is accordingly ORDERED 
that the above named persons 
who are or may be intereSed in 
the property to be condemned in 
these proceedings appear within 
ten 1 10) days after due puWication 
(« this Order and do what nwy 
be necessary to protect their in- 
terest. 

It is firther ORDERED that 
this Order be piAUdied once a 
week for two (2) successive weeks 
in the Virgiiria Beach Sun, a 
new^iaper piytiHshed in the City 
of Virginia Beach, and that a cow 
of this Order be posted at tE 
fnfflt door of the Ckwithouse of 
the Circuit Coirt of the Qty of 
Vdrgmia Beach. 
A Copy—Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Cla-k. 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D-C. 

64« 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



In the Circuit Court ol the 
Ci4y ol ViBgiflia Beacli wi the l«t 
^&y of June 1966, in the matter 
of tht estate of 

HOWARD E. GIBBS, deceased. 
ORDER 

fr APPEMIING TO THE 
COURT that a report of the ac- 
counts of the Executor of Howard 
E. GM}S, Deceased, and of the 
debts and demands against the 
sai dstate, have been filed in the 
Oerk's (Mfice of this Court, and 
that more than six months have 
elapsed since the qualification of 
Edna D. Gibbs and the Virginia 
Natiooal Bank of Norfolk, Exe- 
cutors d said estate, on motion 
of the said Executors, it is 
OIlDEHEa) ^at the creditors of 
Howard E. Gibbs and of his es- 
tate, ai^ any other persons who 
may be mterested in said estate, 
do i^ipear in the Court on the 
22nd diay of July, 1966, and show 
cause against the. payment and 
delivery of the estate, without 
refunding bcmds, to those entitled 
thereto. 

It is further ORDERED that a 
copy of this ORDER be published 
once a week for four consecutive 
week in the Virginia Beach Sun, 
a newsipaper having general 
circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

I ask for the entry of this Order: 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 

By: Mary M. White, D. C 
Thomas C Broyles, 
Attorney for the estate of 
Howard E. G4)bs, Deceased. 

6-a-4T 



LEGAL NOTICES 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In the Cleric's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the Qty of Virginia 
Beach, on the 3rd day of June, 
1968. 

ALICE PEREZ RILEY, 
PlaintiM, 
against 

DAVID K. RILEY, Defendant. 
Order of Publication 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce A Mensa et Thoro 
from the said defaidaht, upon the 
grounds of wilful desertdon. 

And an afMdavit havdng been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: Patron (VP) 
30, United States Naval Air Sta- 
tiicn, Jacksonville, Fla., it is or- 
dered that he do appear here with- 
in 10 Uen) days after due publi- 
cation herelof, and do what majf 
•the necessary to protect his inter- 
est in tHfs suit. 
■ A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

iCy: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Mr. Gordon E. CamipbiEll, Atty. 
Virginia National Baak Bl'dg. 
Norfolk, Vdrginia 

6-9-4t 

VIRGINIA: 

Jn the Circuit-Court of the City 
of Virginia Beadi on the 19th day 
of May, 1966. 
IN THE MATTER OF 
FRED J. BLOEMPOT AND 
MARY DAVIS MURRAY, AD- 
MIMSTR^TOI^, C.T.A. OF 
THE ESTATE OF BLANCHE 
ROSEBRO WHITMORE, DE- 
CEASED 

Show ICause Order 
It appearing to the Court that 
a report of the accounts of Fred J. 
Bloempot and Mary Davis Mur- 
ray, ct.a. of the Estate of Blanche 
Rosebro Whitcmore, deceased, 
and of the debts and dnnands 
agauist her estate has been filed 
in the Cleric's Office d this Court, 
and that six months have elapsed 
since the qualification, on njotion 
of said Fred J- Bloen^ and 
Mary Davis Murray, Administra- 
tors, ct.a. of the Estate of 
Blanche Rosebro Whitmore, de- 
seased, it is 

ORDERED that the creditors of. 
and aU others interested in the 
Elstate of Blanche Rosebro Whit- 
more, deceased, do show cause, 
if any they can. on the 29th day 
of June, 1966, before this Court, in 
'As courtroom, against the pjiy- 
ment and delivery of the Estate of 
Blanche Rosebro Whitmore, de- 
ceased, to the devisees and l^a- 
tees, without requiring refunding 
bonds. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 
that this Show Cause Order be 
published once a week for four 
successive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper having 
general circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. F^aWRESS. Clerk 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Robert Lee Sin^pson 
Beach Theatre Bcildii^ 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerks Wfice of the Cir- 
i.cuit Court (rf the City of Vir^ik 
*Beadi, on the 19th day of May, 
ANGELA S. SISON, Plaintiff. 

against 
^ANITO SiSO^. Drfffldant. 

Drier of Pnblkatin 
The object of this suit is to <A- 
tain a divorce a amaa 'A thoro to 
be later merged utfD a (kvorce a 



vinculo matrimonii fr<Mn the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of de- 
sertion. 

And an affidavit havii^ been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a Don-r^doit d the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fke address being: VSS Wacam- 
maw, AO-109, FPO, New York, 
New York, it is OTdered that he 
do appeo- here within ten (10) 
days aftw due pubUca(i<si hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Olerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
J. Peter Holland, HI, p.q. 
2604 Pacific Avaiue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-26-41 

VmOINIA:.. 

In the Clerk's Ctffice of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach on the 12th day of May, 
1966. 
FALA CORPORATION, 

Complainant, 

V. 

OSCAR BLY (alA) known as AR- 
THUR ELY) and MADELIT® 
•BLY 
5629 Bryant Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
COR.A BLY, unmarried 
1304 Chapel Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 
L. P. BLY 
6430 Newtown Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
In Chtmcery, 
LYDIA BLY WATFORD and 

JOHNNY WATFORD 
5629 Bryant Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia ' 

SOLOMON BLY, deceased 
LAURA BLY, Widow 
1625 Lawrence Street 
RICHARD BLY (also known as 
RICHARD SUMNER), an infant 
1625 Lawrence Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 
MAUDE BLY MORGAN. 

Deceased 
WILLUM H. BLY (also known as 

WnjJAM BLY MORGAN) 
5629 Bryant Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
ROS.\ BLY H.\MLIN, unmarried 
239 Virginia Beach Boulevard 
Norfolk, Virginia 
VIRGIE JK\N MORGj\N SUM- 
NER 
1625 Lawrerwe Street 
Baltimore, Maryland, and if they 
be dead, their surviving spouses, 
heirs-at-law, devisees or assigns, 
except those named above, 
whose n^nes are unknown, their 
re^ective lien creditors, if any, 
and all other persons, who are 
or may be interested in the 
property to be partitioned in 
th^fie proceedangs. all the aaid 
parties being hereby proceeded 
against by the general descrip- 
tion of "PARTIES UNKNOWN," 
Defendants. 

Order of Pubh'cation 
The object of this suit is to par- 
tition the hereinafter described 
real property in one of the modes 
prescribed by law, to adjudicate 
the fee simple owners of said 
property: said land being situate 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, and being more particularly 
described as follows, to-wit: 

ALL that certain tract, piece 
or parcel of land, situate, lying 
and being in the Bayside Borough 
of the City of Virginia Beach. Vir- 
ginia, on Bryant Road, and bound- 
ed and described as follows: 

BEGINNING at a pin on the 
south or west side of Bryant Road 
dividing the property herein de- 
scribed from that now or formerly 
of George Sparrow; thence from 
said point of beginning south 41° 
57'10" west 350.57 feet to a point; 
thence north 63° 12' 10" west 
14840 feet to a pipe; thence north 
60° 46' 00" west 213.16 feet to a 
pin; thence north 63° 12', 10" west 
352.66 feet to a pin on the north 
side of Bryant Road: thence along 
the right of way of Bryant Road 
the following courses and distanc- 
es to the pttnt of beginning; 
thence north 66° 56' 30' east 106,68 
feet to a point; thence north 61° 
32' 50" east 4800 feet to a point; 
thence south 60° 10' 40" east 9344 
feet to a point; thence south 40° 
15' east 396.23 feet to a pin in the 
right of way of Bryant Road, the 
point of beginning. 

An affidavit having been made 
that the following defendants are 
nc-.i-residents of the Common- 
wealth of Virginia, and that their 
last known post office addresses 
are as follows: Laura Bly, 1625 
LaiN^Tence S^reet, Baltimore, Mary. 
land; Richard Bly (a-k-a Richard 
Sumner). 1625 Lawrence Street, 
Baltinwre, Maryland, and Virgie 
Joan Morgan Sumner. 16ffi Law- 
rence Street. Baltimore, Mary- 
land, or if they be not living. 
their heirs, or any other per.>»ns 
who may have an interest in this 
matter. 
rr IS FURTHER ORDERED 
IT IS ORIMIRED that the atxne 
named persons who are, or may 
be, interested in the proi)erty to 
be partitioned in these jMt)cccduiii-s 
appear within tai dO) days after 
the publication of this order to do 
what may be ne<^6sar>' to prefect 
theu* reipecUvt mt^est. 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 16, 1966 



Page5-d 



that a copy of Hiis Order be post- 
ed on the front of the Courthouse 
of the Circuit Court of the City cf 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, not less 
than ten (10) days before appHca- 
tieg for the appouitment of a Com- 
missioner is made herein, and the 
copies of this Order be at the 
same time mailed to the non-resi- 
dent defendants at the Post Of- 
fice Address appearing in the af- 
fidavit. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 
that the above portion of this Or- 
der be pdWished once a week ftp- 
four successive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun, a newipaper 
published ui the City of Virginia 
Beach, Vu^ia. 

Teste- 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Allen J. Gordon, p.q. 
4211 E. Indian River Road 
Chesapeake, Virginia 

5-19-4t 



sagaaoaiSB 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City okyirginia 
Beach, on the 19th day of May, 
1966. 

EDWARD F. BURLEY, Plain- 
tiff, 
against 

NAN KAREN BURLEY, 
Defendant. 

Order of Publicatimi 

The oibject of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro to 
be later merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of de- 
sertion. 

And an affidavit havmg been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 14 Murphy 
Circle, Newport, Rhode Island, it 
is ordered that she do apipear here 
withm ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Willcox, Savage, Lawrence, 

Dickson & Spindle, p.q. 
Philip G. Denman , 

3115 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-26-4t 



COMMONWEALTH OK VIRGINIA 

In tie CierK s Ottice ot We Cu'- 
cuit toun 01 uie uiy ol Vuiginia 
Jicacii, on Uie zjin day ol iviay, 
liwtj. 

PltYLLIS WILCOX, Plaintilf, 
against 
. EhiC KENNETH WILCOX, 
Delenaanl. 
, Ur<ter of Publiic«(tifu 

The oDjecl ol tnis suit Js to ob- 
lam a uivcrce a vinculo maUi- 
'monii Irum me said daienuant, 
upon the grounds ot desertion tor 
a period i^i more man one yeai'. 

And an aliidavit having t)een 
made and tiled that the deiendant 
is a non-rcsidtnl ot the Slate ot 
Virginia, the last Known post ol- 
fice address being: 43M East 
Brown Street, l-resiio, Caiitornia, 
It IS ordered that he do appear 
hero witliin ten tlO) days alter 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. WJiite, D-C. 
Fred W, Itichter, p.q. 
Law Building 
Norlolk, Virginia 

6-2-41 



COMMONWEALTH OF ViRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of l.# Cir- 
cuit Court ol the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 25th day of May, 
1966. 

LUCY MARTIN LLNEBERltV. 
Plaintiff, 
against 

CONli\D 0. LINEBEIiRY, 
Dolcndant. 

Order of Publication 

The object ot this Kiit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et Ihoio to 
be at the proper time mea-ged into 
a divcrce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made- and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 2810 Oakley 
Street. Baltimore. Maryland, or 
txisiness address: Wyman's Slioe 
Store. 1961 East Joppa Road, Bal- 
timore, Maryland, it is ordered 
that he do appear here witiiin ten 
(10) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be nec- 
essai7 to pnjtecl his interest in 
this suit. 

A copv— Teste: 

JOHNV, P'ENTRESS, Ckrk. 

By; Mary M. Wiiite, DC, 
Norman F. .Striws, Jr.. p.q. 
Pi'-chcr, Underwood, Piichcr k 

Byrd 
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Norfolk. Virginia 
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PAINT^G wanted. Small jobs, in- 
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ware, ■ 6-9-lt 

Delta power tools. 8". table saw 
with 4" joiner and 8"' disc Sander 
—^150. 16" KroM saw with stand 
and light— $125. 10" band saw with 
stand and light — $100. All with 
retractable carters and in excel- 
lent c-imdition. 518 High Point .^ve- 
nue. 6-9-3t 

Stainless steel, 3 door, Sta-Cold 
commercial refrigerator. Original 
cost $1200. Selling for $500. Call 
428-1515. 4-14-tfn 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 

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109 Apt$., Furn.— Unfurn. 



ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
ment. One efficiency apartment. 
Year round. Call 428^666 or 428- 
2724. 3-17-tfn 

1 1 0— Apartments Unfurn. 




RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



1 1 5A Resort Property 
For Rent 



IT'S terrific the way we're selling 

Blue Lustre for cleaning rugs and 

j u|2wlstcry. Rent dectric sh^n- 

: pooer $1. Oceana Feed & Hard- 

' ware Co . Inc. 6-9-lt 

i 93 Household Goods 

I CARPET F.^CTS - I cffli sell first 
quality regular $7,98 Dupont 501 
: continuous filament and Caprolon 
: nytons $3,99 sq. yd. TVenty-wght 
' cotors. Call Mr. Parka-- MA t- 



Unfurnished apartments. 2 bed- 
rooms each. OU heat, both newly 
painted throughout. Electric range 
and refrigerator fumislied. Year 
round rent. Must see to appre- 
ciate. Call 428-1940, 428-3113. 4-7-tfn 

111 Apartnients Furnished 

Sublet 2 bedroom furnished apart- 
ment. Immediate possession. $145. 
per month until December 1st. 
CaU 428-1411. 6-2-tfn 



Furnished apartment. North end. 
Suitafble for 1 or 2. $125 monthly 
-^season. Call 425-1646. 6-2-'tfn 



LOW winter rares until June 1st, 
or yearly. Also monthly. Located 
in the heart of the beach, near 
ocean front. 428-6713. ia-21-tfn 



Austin's Court Motel Apartm«its, 
206 - 19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnished rooms. Block 
from Bus Station. By week or 

month. 

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Living room, bedroom, kitchen, 
bath. Convenient to shopping, 
churches, laundromat. Very 
reasonable yearly rental. Pacific 
Avenue. Phone owner 428-5016 
or 428-2143. 

7-29-tfn 



APARTMENTS — Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or seasonal. 
Cooper Realty, 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue, ^8-1330. Nights 428-6833. 

3-2^ 



Near bases and beach. Small cot- 
tages furnished. No depoiita. Cou- 
ple only. No pets. Call 3404329. 

4-7-tfn 



2 bedroom unfurnished house- 
Stove and refrigerator furnished. 
809 Delaware Avenue, Virginia 
Beach. Call ^8-1938. 5-26-tfn 

12^ Cypress, three bedromns, two 
baths, heat, yearly lease. $110.00 
month. CaM 428-7152. 441-tfn 



1 1 6 Business Places 
For Rent ' 

2240 Greatneek Road — Office lot 

rent, includes utilities, telephone, 
air condition, clerical services. 
$125 month. Calil-*464-352i, 4-21-t&J 



3707 Virginia Beach Boulveard. 
Office and retail store space avail- 
£^le. Brand new, beautiful, two 
story elevated building. Ideally ^ 
cated betweoi Pembroke Square 
and Princess Anne Plaza. Call By- 
ler Realty, 340-8081 or 340 3805. 
12-9-tfa 

ll7 Wanted To Rent 



2 year lease, unfunu£tied 3 or 4 
bedroom house. North end beach, 
by LaJbor Day. Cfen occupy affter 
July 1st. Call ^8-1066. 6-9-2t 

Wanted for two years startii^ Sep- 
tember 1st, four bedroom, two 
bath unfurnished home. Bay Col- 
ony or north end preferred. What 
do you have? 428-8322. 

BELL REAL ESTATE 

6-2-tln 

1 — 

118 Rent or Sale 

For rent or sale. 2 bedroom house 
and garage. 606 14th Street. CaU 
428^400. 6-9-a 



REAL ESTATE FOR SAU 



124 Houses For Saie 



BAYCXMX)NY 
U09 Wiadaor Road 

2 story, 4 bediWHm, 2 baths, liv- 
ii^ ro<Hn, dining room, kitchen, 
utility room and detached garage. 
Qa large wooded k)t. Less than 
Uock to Liiychom Bey and one 
nile from beach. Owner being 
transferred. $24,900. Drive by or 
call 428-0468 for ^ipbintment. 

3 and 4 bedroom, 2 bath, brick. 
Ranch and 2 story homes. G.I., 
F.H.A. financir^ available. Call 
Anchor Realty anytime. 428-7421. 
Member of MLS^md NLS. 12-9-tin 



125 Lots For Sale 



BACK BAY - On Gum Bridge 
Road near Charity Church. 2''* 
acre. Ready to build on. Prk:e 
$2,200. Phone 34&«311, 340-4971. 
340«9l. 3-31-ifn 

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Serving Virginia Beach 

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Bernard H. McNamara, Mgr. 

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O^E.\NA-245 Middle Lane. Fur- 
nished studio apartment. Heat, 
water, storage, parking. Near bus. 
Annual lease. 5-19-tfn 

113A Houses, Furnished 
or Unfurnished 

1 bedroom $55. 2 bedroom $75-$125. 
3 bedroom ?85-$200. Anchor Real- 

1 1 5 A Resort Property 
For Rent 

Furnished or unfurnished. 2 bed- 
rooms, fireplace, screened front 
porch, large shady yard. Corner 
of Rudee and Grace Streets. Call 
428-2517 after 5 P.M. 6 16 TFN 

Lynn Shore Drive, 420. 3-bedrooiTi 
ranch. Large kitchen. Available 
now. $125 monthly. Call 855-4379. 

6-2-TFN 

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... but once you've seen 
the incomparable Regency 
at Hilltop apartments, that 
will be the-only place 
you'll want to sleep . . . 
and sleep you will, in 
sound-conditioned, air 
conditioned comfort. But 
sleeping is only one of the 
many reasons for living at 
Regency at Hilltop. It 
takes just a couple of 
mmutes to fall in love with 
Regency at Hilltop apart- 
ments. Why not drive out 
and see? Don't worry, the 
gorilla is a very heavy 
sleeper. 

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BUILD - TRADE 

We are ready to help you obtain the home you 
ll vnd your«4«rf4Vf ^e«4 and cImAi^. . 

GET THE ANSWERS TO PERSONAL QUESTIONS 

• Is my means sufficient? 

• What about my present home? 

• How about financing? 

• When can I move in? 

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UNNELLS &QtOHL 
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AND HOME BUILDERS 

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VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 23462 

Custom-built pew homes and trade-ins in 

all sections of Virginia Beach 



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Patronize 

LONDON BRIDGE 
BUSINESSMEN'S ASSN. 

ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Aldridge & Chambers 340-8262 

Be-Lo Super Market 340-8338 

Carmines Coiffures 340-8333 

Paul Chrisman Ins 340-8060 

Roy L. DeHart Enterprises 340-831 1 

Home Garden Supply Center ... 340-8212 

London Bridge Beauty Shop .... 340-8252 

London Bridge Machine Shop 340-8099 

London Bridge Motor Co 340-8188 

D. F. Mason Crane Service 340-8558 

Murden Drug Service 340-81 1 1 

Joseph D. Murden 340-8863 

J. K. Parker, Inc 340-5600 

Paul K. White Studio 340-8641 

Princess Anne Marine, Inc. . 340-6269 

London Bridge Upholstery, Inc. ..... 340-8607 

Ray Variety Pay Phone 

Richmond Life Ins . 622-8864 

Seay Co., Inc . 340-8444 

Tidewater Lawn Service ■. . 3^>'60M 

Honorary Members James E. Darden,^ City Council 
James E. Moore,, Chief PoKce 
I. B. George, L. B. Fire Chief 



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Ship Tested 



LITTLE CROa(-An AtlaMic 
Fleet amphfcious ship is the small- 
est ship yet tested as a space 
flight recovery ^ip. 

Operating in Lynhaven Roads 
off Virginia Beach the amphibious 
transport dock U^ LaSalle was 
tested for its ability in handling 
helicopters, space flight communi- 
' cations, and rccm-ery per«)nnel. 

Primary recovery shijK in the 
past have been dircraft carriers 
like the USS Wa^ and amphibious 
assault ships like the USS Boxer. 
The LaSalle, which can operate 
six helicopters from its totail 
fiiglfl deck, is one of the newest 
types of amphibious .ships. Launch- 
ed in August 1933, it is 530 feet 
long and can cruise at better than 
20 knots. 

Unlike NASA's Gemini and Apol- 
k) programs which use equatorial 
orbits, the Manned Orbital Labora- 
tory (MOD program will use a 
more complicated polar orbit. 

Where a single end-of-mission 
landing area is planned for a 
Gemini or Apollo mission, both 
primary Pacific and secondary At- 



lantic landii^ zones are to be used 
in the MOL program. Tliey are 
required because of the rdative 
mov«nent ol the earth in tiie 
case of polar oii^. 

The test (^ the LaSaDe results 
from an expected need Im more 
primary recovery ships. 

While Gemini and Apollo launch- 
ings have been at Cape Kennedy, 
the Vandenburg Air Force Base 
in California will be used as the 
launch site for the MOL program. 

During the launch jAase, MOL 
recovery ships will stretch south 
from California to below the equa- 
tor. 

A number of these ships must be 
cap^le of launching several heli- 
copters. With its speed, helicoptCT 
and cOTnmunications capacities, 
and extensive troop quarters which 
can be used for space flight per- 
sonnel, an amphibious transfjort 
dock appears to meet all needs. 

N.ASA personnel helped conduct 
the test, along with personnel from 
the Atlantic Fleet Amphibious 
Force and the Manned Space Craft 
Recovery Force Office at Norfolk. 



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CHiyaxwTEsvnu: -uoiv. d 

Virginia Presideflt Edgar F. Shan- 
non it. coirferred a rect^d <rf 
1,274 degree at Fkia]3 exercises 
•hme 5. Among them wo-e ma^ 
students from the Virginia Beach 
area. 

Bachdors of Arts degrees went 
to John Dinanore, son of BIrs. 
J<An Dkianore of 709 Bay Cdony 
Dr.; Thomas Edenton Jr., son of 
Mr. and Vtts. Thomas Eklenton 
of 406 Pallets Rd.; Edward Han- 
negan IV, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Edward Hannegan of 1413 Berk- 
shire La.; Richard Harris, son of 
Mrs. Doris Wood of 172 Pinewood 
Rd.; Dennis Ireland, son of Mrs. 
Pearl Hoopes of 433 Big Pine Dr.; 
and Hu^ Wood, son of Mrs. 
J^nes WaL<Qa of 109 74th St. 

Masters of Arts went to Linday 
GoW (history), granckon of Mr. 
and UiA. Fraidc McLean of 215 
86th Si. 

Doctors of Philosophy to Mrs. 
Judith Poss Pull^ (history) of 
9« Ridiland Dr. 

Bachetor of Engineering Science 
to John Knight m, swi of Mr. and 



Mrs. John Kni#t, Jr. of 303 Uh-- 
ton a. 

Bachelor el Architecture !b Wil- 
liam Ibfehnn, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
WiBiam Melvin of 118 Palm Ave. 

Doctors of Medicine to George 
Mere^ H, son <rf Mr. and Mrs. 
W. 6. Meredith <rf LMdiom Dr. 

Bachelors of Laws to Robert 
Bennett, son of Mrs- James Ben- 
net of 104 Laurel La.; Mtm Crump- 
ler Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John 
(bumpier of 417 Lynn l^res Dr.; 
Joiui Haines, son of Capt. and Mrs. 
John Haines of 2437 Windward 
Shore Dr.; and Jefferson Reed 
d 1990 Lynncove La. 



Glenda Siyder. a freeman at 
Gallaud^ College, Washington, 
D. C, has been awarded a gold 
pin as wie of tile niennt)ers of the 
Greek Cbams at "Iphigenia in 
Aulis" which was their outstand- 
ing spring production. She is tiie 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen 
L. Siy<ler of 629 Manor Drive, a 
graduate of the Virginia School 
for the Deaf in Staunton. 




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l\ie world's oldest and most respected short course of its kind will 
be hrfd July mi4 at Virgima Tech. 

Jt will be the 3ah Egg Quality School sponsored by the Northeastern 
I\)ultry Producers Coimcil. Virginia was last host to the school in 1953. 
Coopo-^ing in conducting it will be Vlfginia Tech and the Virginia 
Departmait of Agriculture. 

Att«iding will be studaits from niost of tije 14 Nortiwastern states, 
as well as a f«?w from other parts of the country. Both classroom and 
laboratory instruction will be offered by a faculty of 30, drawn frwn 
the U. S. Department of Agriculture and the land^rant universities 
in tile Northeastern states. x 

The school offers i,an unusual OKwrtunity to dstain the best infor- 
matiffli available <hi egg grading, egg quality standards and various 
factors affecting production and mairttenance of egg quality. It is of 
special value to producers and processors who market eggs at retail 
outlets, and to persons onployed in federal-state quality control. 

Tliis year, the curriculum has again bsoi completely revised. Addi- 
tionsd emphasis has been given to mass scanning; hand candling has 
been virtually eliminated except as a teadiing tool. Demonstrations 
and lectures have been added on pasteurization, bacterial and chem- 
ical contamination, quality maintenance, increased shelf life of egg 
products, economic aspects of in-line processing, latest development!: 
in egg plant equipment and layout. 

Director of the school will be Dr. Cecil E. Howes, head cf the 
poultry science department at Virginia Tech Richard I. Ammon of 
Trenton, N. J., NEPPCO's executive director, will be administrator. 
Carl H. Watts of the Maine Department of Agriculture wili hs labora- 
tory supervisor. 



} 



Among the subjects to be covered will be: "The Wonderful Egg," 
"Factors Affecting the Production of Quality," "Checks in a Quality 
Controlled Program," "Conserving Egg Quality of Shell Eggs." 

Abo, "Maintaining Quality and Increasing Shelf Life of Egg Prod- 
ucts," "Egg Cleamng," "Egg Plant Equipment and Layout," "Volume- 
Equipment Relationship to Processmg Costs," "Bacterial and Cham- 
ical Contamination," "Pasteurization of Eggs." 

Reservations for the school, or additional information can be ob- 
tained from the NEPPCX) office at 10 Rutgers Place, Trenton, N J., 
or from the Virginia Tech Poultry Departmoit, Blacksburg, Vir- 
ginia 24061. 



Why is Sealtest^ 
the milk to buy? 




Trustworthiness 

is a re£ison why 



You can put your trust in 
Sealtest Milk. You can trust 
in the goodness, frrahness and 
purity of Sealtest Milk. Sealtest 
quality control is the reason why. 

Sealtest starts with the finest 
fresh milk. Then Sealtest people 
check-again and ag^-to assure 
you and your family milk 
worthy of your complete trust. 



<^eajet^t_ 



.makes the difference! 




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United Fund To Help In 
Beach Hospitality House 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The new hospitality house ^in the basement of the 
old General Hospital of Virginia Beach is gaining momentum. The site 
wa5 the only th:ng that was ccrta.n Icr tha suinmar ulA i-ia Unu-d 
Fund agreed to help out considerably. 

Th3 new home away from home for servicemen both from this ar a 
and from other areas at 25ih and 
Arctic came about as the rasult 



Announcement At 



Councilmen - Present And 
Future - Endorse Robertson 



of much hard work and the co- 
operation of the Virginia Beach 
Ministerial Association and the Vir- 
ginia Beach Recreation Dspart- 
ment. 

In the past the ministers have 
underwritten the operation of such 
a hospitality house in Virginia 
Beach, but there has never been a 
'arg? orjeration or a permanent 
home. The ho.'^rital is ^aw availa- 



Just what will 
13 n3W up to a 

s.t up to lock 
(,-jeratiOn on a 



THIS EARTHMOVER and others like It are citrrytag away dirt from the cantniction ill*)^ the Laskin 
Road- Virginia Beach Boulevard-Virginia Beach Toll Road Interchange at London Bridge. BeWod the crane 
and earth machine is the old overpass which wfll be leveled eventually. (Sua Photo by Mowe) 



Flag Day At Fort Story- 



, FORT STORY - The B.P.O.E. 
Lodge 2268 of Virginia Beach last 
Sunday sponsored THE FLAG 
DAY PROGRAM, in a colorfully 
impressive historical ceremony at 
Fort Story. 



wearing sashes with their offices 
embroidered in purple, the Elks 
watched the entire panarama of 
th° history of the American Flag 
from 1775 to 1933. 



The United States Naval School 
of Music, Amphibious Base, .ren- 
dered the Star Spangled Banner as 
the E'ks' Exalted Ruler and offi- 
cers, together with the officers of 
the Women's lAiUxiliary took their 
f:?3ces seated around the famous 
Memorial Cross. The program was 
■^ introddced by quctations fr:m the 
E'ks Creed, ifbl'owsd by a prayer 
hy Chaplain Winfred M. Crilttti, 
o| toe JUwtoi !■ ^^aat^.f<l»ift,^rial,. i 
"• the jevvelefflBecklace of purpie, siT- ' 
ver and gold and ihe Auxiliary 



Nat Guard 
Gives Boost 



VIRGINIA BEACH. June 14 - 
Memb?rs of the' Virginia .^rmy 
National Guard are giving a direct 
boost this week to American fight- 
ing men in South Vietnam. 

They are Participating in the na- 
tion-wide effort of the Guard to cb- 
tiin a minimum of 250,000 units of 
blood exclusively for troops in Viet- 
nam. An American Red Cross 
Blood Mobile has made arrange- 
ments to collect the donations dur- 
ing this first '.\eek of the Guards- 
men's 15<lay simuner field train- 
ing. 

Approximatdy 1,800 officers and 
men, including two battalions of 
40-mm artillery men frmn the 
Chali»n«Wartinsville and Ports- 
mouth-Suffolk areas, will b3 given 
the opportunity of participating. 
Other units include the State Head- 
quarters and Headquarters De- 
tachment, the Officer Candidate 
School, the Headquarters and 
Heafkjuarters Battery of the 107th 
Artillery Brigade, the 4th Air Tar- 
get D'^taclment (246th Artilleryi. 
and the 36f?th Ordnace Company 
of the Richmond area; the H73id 
Transportation Company of South 
Bostwi. and the ftOth Army Band 
of Roanoke. 

Majoi| G«ieral Paul M. Bcoth. 
th? Viffinia Adjutant General 
ursed full participation in th? vol- 
untary program. 

"Tliese donations," he ^n'd. '"not 
only w II help meet a vital nerd 
(but wi'l densonstrate the solid 
backing of the Virginia National 
Guard for the forces fighting im- 
der the American flag in the Far 
East." 

Hs ^atwnent was endorsed bv 
Brigadier General Marvin T. Ball. 
Jr., of RJdimMwl. conananding 
^neral of die 107th; Brigad'et 
Gfneral Edward iM. Hudgin«!. tlje 
post commander and command-ng 
genera! of the State Headquarters. 
U. Col. 4ohn A. HoweH, Jr.. <rf 
Portsmouth, convn^idinj; the 3d 
Automatic W^poitt Battalkm, 
iUth Aimerr, and Itfajor Orlin W 
Rogers of Chathann, coirenanding 
the 3d Battalion of the MSth Ar- 



The pine Tree flag, presented by 
the AnrKrican Legion Honor Guard, 
The Snak^ Flag carried by Boy 
Scout Troop 412, The Continental 
Flag of St. Andrew bv the Norfolk 
Police Depailment Honor Guard, 
The Ccngress Colors (B.tsy ilots 
Flag) by ths U. S. :,'arine 'Corps 
Honor Guard LEFTU, Amphib 
bise, the Sacoad Congress Flag 
borne by the U. S. Navy Honw 
OUard N. A. B. and the Fifty 
Pl^ b^ Um U. S. I^mottt 

uaird Fort Story, were all pre- 
s-nted before the Speaker's Stand 
on which sat SJdney S. 
vc'lant). Trustee, 'Major Gen. 
Thomas Norfleet Griffin USA RET 
and Mayor Frank Dusch. 

The Elks' Chcrus, with Frank 
Ferrigno as Director, Mrs. Fer- 
-Ingo as Pianist and John B. Del- 
lis baritone soloist did an out- 
standing job with the music. 

Mayor Dasch introduced Gen. 
3riffin who spoke on the solemnity 
of the Shrine, the heritage that 
vas the pride of T'dewater, and 
as one who knew his subject, he 
itressed the point of men ani 
A omen who had fou^t and. died 
;ince 1775 under these flags 1^- 
tering so proudly in the afternoon 
breeze. "We must stay con tmtly 
prepared." he stated, "and those 
jf you who bear the^ flags have 
not burned your draft cards nor 
been fea ful of the fight for free- 
dom. Old Gtory bows to no indi- 
vidual! After World War II we 
were told bring the boys home. 
Had we k^t i^ our defenses 
abroad we w)iid not have lost 
Cuba KUd there would have been 
no fi^MM in Greece or Korea." 
GrHfin^&hed fith the poignant 
poem "In Flar.ders Fielda" as lips 
nwved in accord with the famfiar 
words. 

Sidney S. Kellam responded 
bHefly mentioning the hellish c(»t 
of war in lives and money and the 
overwhelming price of victory in 
preserving liberty. "Man's inven- 
tive genius", he said, "have pushed j 
space and time to nothingness". 
We are a'l one und-y God and un- 1 
less in God we trust and in His | 
Laws America will pass like the i 
M.-vies a.nd Persians, Rom? and I 
Greece. Our liherly is not a static | 
t5ing— it mun be repurchased j 
again and again and thit Uie sam? j 
Tag that few over Vailey Forge, | 
Ticonderoga, Getty i^urg, VerAin. < 
Iwo Jinw, Tne Battle of the Bulga 
and Korea flies over our boys to- 
day. iMay It ever fly as Ae em- 
b'«n of (^jedlence to the laws of 
God." 

Brcthe- Guy G. Narter was the 
Nairator. Joseph F. Currand. Ex- 
alted Rula-. gave the Eks Trfcute 
to the Flag, and the ofik^rs and 
manbers of the Lo^ constructed 
the Flor^ Belle (J lAerty A 
wreath of red nms for ooarage. a 
wreath of white Mies for pirity. 
a wreath at vkMs lot renwiner- 
ance were to;^ by a grem Cron 
with deven hell stars symboloiiig 
the occasion so dear to the heart 
drmyWSk. 



Eighth Class 

* 

Ends Friday 

VIRGINL\ BEACH -The Vir- 
ginia National Guard will gndu- 
ate its eighth class Friday from 
its Officer Candidate School, bDOSt- 
ing the number of home4ralned 
otficers toward the 200 mark. 

The ceremonies at 2 o'dodt 
Fridfiy afternoon will bs the last 
majar event during tiieHwo-week 
period £f field training for approx- 
imately 1,600 troops from Tidewa- 
ter, central and xouthside Virginia! 



RO.P. Will 
Meet Here 

VIRGINIA BEACH-The Fraternal 
Order of Police of Virginia Inc. 
will hold its annual conference be- 
ginnihg this wceksnd at Virginia 
iBeach, according to conference 
committee Chairman Lt. Harry 
Terry. ■■ 

Terry, who is in charge of train- 
ing hire at Virginia Bsach Police 
Department, said the conference 
will begin Sunday morning with 
registration at the Icbby of the 
Cavalier Hct;). 

Later t-Hat a'ternoo.n the State 
F. 0. P. Board of Directrrs will 
meet in th? Colonial Room. Th? 
evening will be rcundsd out with a 
reception and cocktails at the p^oal 
toimgc. 

■Monday, Terry sad, the organi- 
lation v.']] hold it; business meet- 
ings and a banquet and da.ic? 'uial 



ble for the summer 
ha;iie.T in the iall 
steering committee 
i.,to the perman; nt 
yi'ar-arour.d basis. 

Now til? United Fund has agreed 
to fo„t 75 fir:tirA of the bill or 
zbM $;'.C!) a month. Tn-d mini.-.Ljrs 
wi 1 provide the rcA. r.ccurduig to 
the R'iv. Dickian W. Taylo,-, pr,!3- 
id.r.t oi the ir.iniitji-ial asjcialion. 
The Navy Y.\!C\ in .Norfolk will 
provide' assista.ice in an aJvisory ' 
capacity and Laery L. While. '■ 
farme.'- as-islant cxeeutiv? secre- i 
liry of the Na.'v "Y" hue bz:n ; 
naxed d'rcetor of tiio ce.eration. K j 
will ba a S3','en-dny operation, open j 
Sunday tliraugii Friday in in? a;- I 
ternoun and evenings and from | 
9 A.M. to 9 P.M. on Saturday. j 

Perscnnol from Dam Neck and ! 
Oceana assisted in remodeling the 
builiing. Th? original lurni^hings | 
are to inqj^sde lockers, a pool ta- \ 
b'e. a small Tbrary, a tehvision, | 
table tennis and a room to write 
l;Ueis. There will al:o b? vending • 
machines rnd places for servic?- 
men and their dates to change 
clcthes. Junicr hostesses from local 
churcliss will help out in the hos- ; 
pitality house. ; 



VIRGINIA BEACH— Incumbent 
Senator Willies Rebertson picked up 
additional string support in Vir- 
ginia Beach over tne weekend. 
The announcement of the new sup- 
po.-t was made by Democratic Na- 
tional Ce.mniitteeman Sidney S. 
Kelbm at a meeting of Robarlscu 
su^,p3rttr5 at the Alan B. Shep 
ard Civic Center Saturday. 

K-llam tcld the approximately 
200 persors there ail members of 
the pre.se.nt Virginia Beach City 
Council and all of the newly elect- 
ed council had endo.'-sed the re- 



A class of ai young 

missMuis as second heutenants 
fr<Mn Major General Pa\4 M- 
Booth, the adjutant general of Vir- 
ginia, after an ad<£«8s by State 
Senator Willian) P. Kellam of Vir- 
ginia Beach. Brigadier General 
Marvin T. Ball, commanding gen- 
eral of the 107th Artillery Brigade 
of Sandston, will adminiMer the 
oaths of office. 

The practice of afford'na en- 
listed members of the National 
Guard the opportunity of leking 
oKioer training while continuing 
their normal civilian occupations 
was inaugurated eight years ago 
and has provided a major source 
of officer material for the Guard 
since that time. A number of the 
graduates have moved on to im- 
portant assignments in this coun- 
try and abroad, including service 
in Vietnam. The course iircludes 
weekend training in Riciimond, the 
school's headquarters, and two 
summer field training periods of 
two wedu each. 

Brigaffl^ General Edward M. 
Hudgins of Richmond, is the 
school commandant, and L|i Col. 
William P. McCaddin, also of 
Richmond, deputy commandant. 




be sa^, th«, 
17 lod^s repre- 
tentSd will hear an address by U. 
S. Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr. 

The final business session and 
another meeting of the Board will 
be held Tuesday mornir.g, T?rry 
said. 

He said the Ladies' Auxiliary will 
hold its fourth biennial meeting 
Airing the conference. 



Wreck Kills 
Three Men \ 

VIRGIN-H BE\CH-Three people 
have died as the result of a single- 
car' accident en Sa'un Road Sat- ' 
urday night. 
Ti'.e third vicftn of th? crash, 

day at k^T*aul Hcspital in Notfaik. 

Gern'd Thomas DaVis. 27. of 
Norfo'k. Diug'as Lee Krdg-s. 18, 
of Vi.'-gina Beach, aiel Williams 
were in a car hea.ied east on Sa- 
lerti Read when it went out of 
co;itrrl, struck a cement b'ock in 
a ditch, overturned and burM into 
flames. 



$10,000 -A Richard Award' 



Stones Here 
Fourth Of July 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Civic Center 
director Sam Scott announced 
earlier this week Aat fve Rolling 
Stones frMn England will perform 
two shows July 4 at the Dome. 

Scott said the rfjows will be held 
at 7;30 and 10 p.m. 

Ths "Stones" will follow Victor 
Borge who wiH present two shows 
July 2 and 3. 

Other ,^uly shpws includ?: Dave 
Gardn^-, July 10; Duke Ellington, 
July 18; the Beach Boys. July 29; 
the Kiwannis Jaa Festival, July 
30. 

"BesklM all this", Scott ^aid. 
'"beginning July 6 there will be a 
"Beach BaH every Wednesday 
night, surfii^ nwvies July 5. 19. 
and two dates in August, and a 
display of teenage art" 

'In August, the Dome will offer 
the Miss Vit^nia Beadi Pageant 
the Sth; Peter Nero, the eth, the 
Sooremes on the 19tfi «id the 
l^dewaiter Dance Guild will nwet 
there on the Mth. 

Scott said he hopes to bave many 
varied amnmo- {xogranns this 
|«ar, for youog and M a^kg. 



VIRGINIA BEACH - When Ed- 
ward C. Richard was trained in 
the critical rating of- Aviation Fire 
Cl.itrol Technician, he had na 
idfa how critical his job could get. 
Monday he found out when the 
Navy paid him $10,745 tj ftay on 
his job with Oceana-ba.sed .Mtack 
Squadron 35. 

Richard i» an Aviaticn Fire Con- 
trol Technician First Class (.AQl». 
He is trained in the .science of 
maintaining the sen:itive instru- 
ments wCiich determine the accur- 
acy of the Navy's new A-6 Intru- 
der aircraft. It took the Navy al- 
most three years to train him, 
an<t they don't want to lose his 
kncw-how to a civilian CDncern. 

To keep Richard and other high- 
ly trained technicians of the more 
than twenty-five critical ratings, 
the variable recnh;tment bMus 
system was initiated as an aid to 
retention. Under the program, men 
who have been trained in the crti- 
cal skills are paid multiples of 
the normal "shipping ove;' b).ai;s" 
they would receive upan rcenl.-t- 
ment. 

The payment of the variable re- 



enl'stment bonus is figured from 
tie urr.aiir.t a man is paid each 
mrnth. In a ncn-critical rating, 
this eimoint is multiplied by the 
nun-be r cf years stated on the re- 
enli.'tT.ent form. 

With the new system, however, 
three catcgeries exist within the 
critical ratings. The category in 
which a rating is placed de;ends 
upon the shortage cf technicians 
in the rating. Riciiard's rating is 
on the top priority li4. 

Richard's monthly base pay as 
a first class petty officer i.s $330. 
Since he is re-enlLsting for six 
^ears, his non-critical bonus i^ 
$1980. But when the variable scale 
used the $1^0 jump.- to t'le sum 
of $9900. Richard added to that 
figure the travel claims and other 
pay he was to receive fr ?xtrij 
training assignments, and the to- 
tal brek? the $10,000 mark. 

Richard seemed happy with the 
amount he received, ''it's n.A 
quite up to Quarterback Joe Na- 
math's .standards," he smiled. 
"but I'm happy with it" He add- 
ed that his wife th)ught it wa.s 
a oretty gsod days work too. 




STICK 'EM IP. . .Cdr. Rom, cwnmandhg officer df VA-3S performed 
ttc re-enlMineBt cerenuMiies in which Richard signed up mother six 
yean. Richard "made out Uke a thief " in that be got a bonus ti $10,006. 

(L. S. Navy Photo) 



Three Beach 
Boys Elected 

BiL\CKSB.URG, VA. — Three 
boys from Kellam Hi^ School 
were elected to the State Farmer 
Degree, wiiich is the highest de- 
gree the State Ajsociation Future 
Farmers of America can give. 
■ Herman M. Dudley, Jr., son of 
Mr. & Mrs. Herman M. Dudley, 
Si'. 01 Back Bay Station, excelled 
in corn and hog production. He 
p.'-cduced 484 bushels of corn on 

3 acres Icr an average 161.3 bush- 
els per acre. He raised 15 hogs 
and prcduced ever on? and one- 
iiaif tons of pork. Herman was 
treasurer of his local F.FA. Cliap- 
ter. T.iis week he is serving on 
tilt* Stale Auditing Committee and 
Livertock Judging team as an of- 
ficial delegate from Kellam Chap- 
ter to our State Conventien at 
V PI. Univcrsitv. He has enrilled 
at Chowan Cellege for this fall. 

& M.'-s M ■Rt-Sherwoods ftaule 4 

Va. Beach. Va. is outstanding in 
k adersh p and farming. Randy 
served the Kellam Chapter for 3 
year; a$ an officer. During three 
yea\ ke c.mpleted 10 enterprises 
wiih yields near the b?st. Corn 
produced 153 bushels, wheat 45 
busi^cls and potatoes 205 bushels 
per acre this past year. Randy 
is an official delegate to State 
Convention and is also on the 
State Committee of Constitution 
ai.d By Law?. He also serves as a 
livestock judge. 

John H. Wnitehurst. sm of Mrs. 
Mary Whitehurst, Creeds Station, 
Va. Besch, Va. is an outstanding 
school leader and athlete. His 
farming activities have been lim- 
ited, but he served as president of 
tne Kel'am Chapter Future Farm- 
ers of .America for two years and 
a- vice-president for one year. He 
received the Most Valuable Play- 
er award in athletics. He played 

4 years of varsity basketball and 
baseball, and one year of varsity 
football. John had a good farm 
mecinanics program in Agriculture 
Shop. He will compete with live- 
stock judges from all parts of our 
slate. He is serving on the Hous- 
ing Committee at State Ccnver.tion 
and playing on Eastern Area's i 
baseball team. I 

James Wagner, son of Mrs. Vic- ; 
loria Wagner, Route 4. Va. Beach. 
Va. was invited to sing in the State 
chorus. 

Bill Hudkins, son of Mr. & Mrs. 
Wiibert L. Hudkins, Route 5. Va. 
Beach, Va. has been asked to 
[)lay h .s trumpet in the .State band. 
Tnis :s the s?cond year Bill has 
been awarded this honor.' 

mo Enrolled 

VIRGINIA EEACH - -About 1650 
11. nil .S.- 1 oi tuden.s are pres?nt!y 
att.ndi;;.; sum.-ner classes at F. 
\V. l'j.\ H gh Schtal and Princess 
.Anne Schiwl. 

.\ s;:uk<.sman for the .schools said 
appnxi;riate!y SOO students are at- 
l -.d r,e > '.iNMS at Cox a.".d another 
ia')() .i;c <'n: oiled in classes at 
Pun- >> Ann;' 

Ri > I - the high schod students 
other euldr-en wrl! be attending 
-cIkhjI this summer. With the 
$150,000 received from the fedo-al 
government for Project Headstart, 
2.5 pre-school-age chiWren will be 
ifidot^trinated uHo the ways of ele- 

, mentary school life. 

The city is ^o offerii^ a reme- 

I dial and the headstart dasses mt 

j scheduled to get underway Moo- 

i day. 



election of Senator Robertson over 
challenger William B. Spong of 
Portsmouth. 

Senator Robertson attended the 
rally at the Dome where 110 mem- 
bers of the Virginia Beach Youth 
for Rcbertson committee were 
named. The committee is headed 
by H. Davis Gray, Jr., and Wil- 
liam E. Culverhouse. The steering 
cemmittee includfes C. M. Baylor, 
Jr., Robert S. Cramer, Jr., John 
C. Peterson, Mrs. Evan J. .VIc- 
Corkle, Jr., a.nd Dr. Alvin 0. Jar- 
rett 

The Senator thanked the mem- 
bers of th? committee and said he 
was greatly pleased with all the 
support he has in Virginia Beach. 
Tiie Lt. Governor of Virginia, Fred 
G. Pollard, First District Congres- 
sman Thomas N. Downing, State 
Senator William P. Kellam. Vir- 
ginia Beach Mayor Frank A. 
Dusch, Del. E. B. Pendleton of 



Richmond and Delegate Inez Ba- 
ker of Portsmouth also spoke 
briefly in behaif of the S'enator. 

.Another br.ei address was made 
by Roger Davis. State co-chairman 
ol the Youth fir Ribertsan com-- 
mittee. Tne ether co-chairman is 
a noted athlete. Ken Willard. 

Saturday night Senator Ribert- 
.son addressed the closing .session 
cf ti:o Asociation af Canomm; 
wealth Attorneys of Virginia. Rob- 
ertson, a fo.'mer Commonwealth's 
.Attorney i.i his ho.me county of 
Rockbridge, sooke to his audi- 
ence on a subject v^ry much in 
the ne'vs at precnt. He dephred 
the seeming laxity of enforcem?nt 
of criminal law by the U.S. Su- 
preme Court, and suggested pos- 
sible ways of aiding the situation. 
He noted he would support pend- 
ing legislation that has as its pur- 
pose the curbing of the rise of 
crime. 



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SENATOR A. WILLIS ROBERTSO.X as he addr-s«d a gnthering at the 
Alan B. Shepard Civic Center Satuitlay. The VBUth fcr Rcbpit>on Coni- 
mittet was announced at that time. 



Board Hears HEW Letter 



By Douglas Barnes 

VIRGINIA BEAZH-Last week at 
the regular meeting of the Virginia 
Beach School Board a long awaited 
letter from the Department of 
Health, Educational Welfare was 
read following the roll call and the 
read.r.g of th? minutes of the last 
meeting. 

The letter read, in part: I 

"After a careful review of all \ 
factors relevant to desegjregation i 
in the Virginia Beach sdiools and ! 
after giving every possiWe consid- j 
eration to your situation, we find I 
that the provision in May 2 resolu- j 
tk)n for the establishment of nwi- j 
racial geographic attendance zones ' 
for twelve of your thirty-ei^t j 
schools %ill be acceptable for the 
1965-67 school year, provided, how- j 
ever that your freedom of choice i jng 
period is re<^ncd for an additional 
30 days in accordance with the re- 
vised guideline tsee ^-ubparts B, D 
and E> for those children who will 
not b? in attendance at the twelve 
schools which are being zoned." 
Tn? letter -^ signed by David S. 
Seeley, .Assistant Commi.>sioncr, 
Equal Educational Opportunities 
Program. 



#it could be replaced with a 
technical-vccaticnai school opening 
in 19C8 I. A suggestion made and 
hoped for by the Joint Commit t-sei. 

Two new principals wer^ ap- 
pointed at the meeting. Art B. Co- 
berly. Jr. to Old Donation School 
and Robert Edwards to Luxfoid 
Elementary Sschool. 

City Praised 
In Washington 

VIRGINLA BEACH-The City of 
Virginia Beach received nearly a 
half page "free plug" in the 
Wa-hington, D.f. Sunday Star last 
weekend. .And information prais- 
the resort areas of Virg.nia 
Beach appeared rigiit at the t.>p 
of the front page of the "Trave!" 
section of the widely-circulated 
paper. 

The Star's Travel Editor Charl; s 
Va. borough "did Virginia Beaea 
up proud" in his enhg.itening an.i 
cu.'nprehen-ive article lie dis- 



The twelve .sc-hools referred to 
ar? '\ragona. Hermitage, King's 
Grant, Kingston, Luxford. Malibu, 
Old Donation. Pembrtk?, Shelton 
Park, Thalia, Thoicughgood. and 
Trantwood. 

Some of the 12 schools already 
had ,-ome Negroes aitendi.rg th.ni 

Mrs. Vivian Taylor, representing 
th? Joint Committees of the L'nion 
Kempsvi'le P T.A.. Virginia Beach 
chapter of the N.A.ACP and the Vir- 
ginia Beach Council on Human 
R-ilations gave a spirited talk on 
the "short range" and "long 
range" programs of the school 
board for bridging the gap at Un- 
ion Kcmpsvjlle High School. 

TTu-ee things entailed in "brief- 
ing the gap " are: 

9 Tbe sdiool is being consid- 
ered for a junior high with an up- 
gr«hng for vocatitnal studies. 

• It could be cbsed as ao aU 
Nego schdoL^ 



>t (inly toe s.ia-sand-seri 

tile city, bat ais.) the m- 

mings to do winilc v s- 

Warld's Largest Re.-> -rt 



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j maifc Virginia Beach m> Mtrac- 
i five. The Chamber of Cwnmerce 
can expect a great influx <rf folks 
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I ginia Beach soon. 
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Virginia 6e«ch SUN, Thursday, June 23, 1 966 



Scholarships Awarded 



' -yiBGlNU BEACW — The Cape has received ker anaual |W) teacb^ 
* )imy ^Vomaa's Gkib has award- ing scholarship ttd is atten^g 
ed Uiree schdarships to Joari sUkI- her third year M Madisai Col- 
lege. 9ie is a graduate of Virgmia 
Beach High School. 
Miss Barbara Jeanne SUmford, a 



ents. 

A laoo teadi^ sdMiarship has 
btzti awarded to SBss Linda Lee 
Lewis. Shs will attend Old Da- 
rning College and recently grad- 
uated fnan KeHa.-n High Sdi:oI. 

.Hiss lAida Hendey has been 

• awaKted a *560 three-year nurs- 

, ing scholardiip. She is a studer.t 

at die Norfolk General Hospital 

,., tfid a graduate df Princes Anne 

Hi^ School. 
,., Afiss Saaifi Mary McNicholas 

Luncheon Enjoyed 

VBIOINIA ^ACH— 1\ hmcheon 
hdd at the Ssa^xn-se Chtb. Oceana 

„ Naval Air aati<Mi, was enjoyed re- 

, cently by the members d the Na- 
vy Wives Club of America. P^lp- 
cess Ann No. 143, for their mwrth. 
ly social lac June. 
Ci^pteai D. C. Rumsey S, Com- 

,^ manding Officer of Oceana Naval 
Air Station, spcke to those present 

', craceming the in^portance and ne- 
cessity of recruiting volunteers to 

,. help at the Weil Baby Care Center 
at the Oceana Station Dispensary. 

r For in&Ktnation r^ardmg meet- 
ings and membership in N.W.C.A., 

,*„ you may call Mrs, Irvii^ Cehrs 
at 3I&^986 or Mrs. Jog^ Bt^s 

"' at W-fl850. Proqsective members 
and piests are alwa]^ welcome. 



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WVNOVER. N. H.— A DartT.outh 
Ccllege senior from Virginia 
Beach was among some 700 mem- 
bers of the senior clas to par- 
ticipate in the 1965 commencement 
exe.-d'-es held here on June 12. 

Pter A. Neill. Jr., of 1417 Ea-t 
Bay Shore Drive, received a bach- 
elM- of arts degree from President 
Jahn Sloan Dickey. Jchn Williams 
Macy. J.--.. Chairman d t/» U.S. 
Civil Service Ccmmission, deliv- 
ered the c<wnmencement address. 

At Dartmouth, Neill majored in 
English, and was a member of 
Tau Ep?ilon Phi Fraternity. He 
was a rticmber of the Glee Club, 
the Bridge Club, and the Army Re- 
serve Officers Training Corps, and 
worked with the staff of the "Dart- 
mouth." the campus newspaper. 
He i5 a 1962 graduate of the Wood- 
bury Forest Sdftwl, Woodbury For- 
est. Virginia. 




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In Ae iMKO's ke was imported frMn Maine and 
broug^ to Nerfdk by sailing ^ips . 

Then H. D. Oliver had been serving Tidewater, 
25 years. 

The oM brick ic» bous« were a familiar sight in Nor- 
f<A. The Kennebec Ice Company had offices at 47 Cran- 
io Stre^ with its coal, ice and hnd>er yards behind. In 
those years H. D. Oliver had been serving the community 
for a quarter of a century, offering dignified, respected 
burial and funeral services. Today, a comjrfete century 
<rf service ensdides them to provide the mos* complete fa- 
cilities and hawfling of all your needs. A second handstwne 
home is now q)en m Vh-ginia Beach to serve tttat area. 
CaH OQ H. D. (Hiver. 

Hany D. and James B. Oliver 



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Chairman Returns 

VIRGINLA BEACH-Mrs. Doris 
McKinncy, State Legislative Chair. 
man for the Virginia Federation 
of Business and Prcrfessional Wo- 
n-.m% Clubs, has returned from 
R chmond whsre she attended the 
Sat? Beard meeting heid at the 
WiL;em Byrd Hotel. 

Mrs. McKinney has also l^en 
■•ked4o serve as a rsprecentative 
of U.# State Federal on for the 
Council of Slate Legisla- 
e ii a mc,TJ>cr of the Prin- 
ine BPW CLb. 
received her appointment 
Legislative chairman at 
statewide convention in 

Also attending this con- 

\e:iliun with Mrs. McKinney were 
L3ui.:.e Hodges, president of the 
Princess Anne Club, Agnes R. 
M;biy and Helen Dickens. 

K. k. T. Lari^n, retired manag. 
ing editor of the Norfolk News- 
papers, spoko to the Prince 3 Anne 
Business and Professional Wo- 
men's Ciub at Lheir June meeting 
held at the Pine Tree Inn. 

Larcn. speaking on public rela- 
ticnf, told of his travels in the 
United Statts and Europe. He de- 
scribfd his recent visit to Norway 
when ho met and interviewed Kari 
Borten and family. Miss Borten 
later came to Norfolk as the 1966 
Azalea Queen. 

Larsoa is a life menrJi)er of the 
Virginia Press Association and an 
hoiMrary life chairman of the 
Board oif Governors of the Society 
of American Business Writers. 

The program was undei* the di- 
rection of Mrs. Doris McKinney, 
and Mrs. Apes Patterson, Public 
Relations chairman. 




Golden Age 
Williamsburg Tour 

VIEGtNIA«Ei*CH — T}% GoWra 
Age Chibs of the Vii|pria Biadl 
Recreation Departmeit,- Unirai 
KempsviHe H^ SdMol Divisian, 
had a most deK^itinl to* cf Co- 
lonial Willianraburg on Saturday. 

•Rve bus left the Seaboard Ele- 
mentary School with members of 
Blackwater, Creeds and Ninuno 
groups on to Lyrjihaven Baptist 
Church to pick up the AtlanUc 
Park and the Lynnbaven group 
then to Bayside to ppck up the Bay- 
skle mambsrs. 

Upon arrival at WilliamAui^, 
the meml^^s went to th3 picni<J 
area, bad fench ar^ then began the 
tour. 

The Powder Magazmo was most 
interesting. "Oiey were djle to see 
guns of all types— dating hack two- 
IWKired years; the MiHinery Shop; 
the First Drug St<»«; Operating 
Room ai»d the Governor's Mansion. 

Pictures were made of the group 
after the tour. A most enlightening 
day was spent by the entire « 
persfflis who made the tour. 



Pad^June . . . ByQLGA EDWARDS 



Mrs. Charles Lee Mason, Jr. 







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Horse Show 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Tlie Virginia 
Beach Golden Horse Show, spon- 
sored by the Kempsville Woman's 
Club and the Kempsville Ruritan 
Club will be held this Friday, Sat- 
urday and Sunday at the Great 
Neck Stables, 

The show is presented for re- 
tarded children and other charities. 









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Clffi&APEAKE — Miss LaRay 
Hope Williams, dau^ter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Lankfard Belmont Wil- 
liams became the bride of Charles 
Lee Mason, Jr., son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles Lee Mason, Sr., <rf 
Virginia Beach, formerly of Crewe, 
Virginia, on June 18, at four 
o'clcck in the afternoon. The cere- 
mony took place in Oaklette Meth- 
odist Church, Chesapeake, with 
Rev. Paul R. B«st, Pastor, offi- 
ciating, and Rev. Lee Vann Ruck- 
man, retired, assfeting. 

The bride, given in marriage 
by her father, wore a formal wed- 
ding gown of pure silk French 
organza over taffeta, styled with 
a portrait neckline; semi-empu-e 
bodice of alencon lace and pearls; 
short capelet sleeves. The a-line 
skirt formed a full chapel train. 
Her formal mantilla veil of French 
silk illusion was edged in alencon 
lace to match her gown. She car- 
ried a white bible topped with 
white roses, baby breaths and 
flowing English ivy. 

Miss Unda Marie Williams was 
maid-of-honor for her sister; Mrs. 
Michael Irvdn, of Martinsville, sis- 
ter of the bride groom, was ma- 
tron of honor. The bridesmaids 
were Mrs. Frank D. ReDavid, Jr.. 
of Norfolk; Mrs. Robert F. Jones, 
of Chesapeake; Miss Pansy I. 
Hudler, of Jacksonville, North 
Carolina; and Miss Margaret E. 
Worth, cf Southern ^^, North 
;fbjtr61ina. -W^^^ 

Miss Betty Ann Carey, of Vir- 
ginia Beach, was junior brides- 
maid for her cousin. 

Little Miss Tracey Forbes, of 
Moyock, North Carolina, cousin 
of the bride, was the flower girl. 

James Christopher Irvin, (rf Mar- 
tinsville, nej^ew of the bride 
groOTn, was the ring-bearer. 

Charles Lee Mason, Sr., served 
as best man for his son. The 
groomsmen were Michael Irvin, of 
Martinsville, brother-in-law of the 
tride groom; William Halstead 
Williams, of Chesapeake, uncle of 
the bride; John Christopher Irvin, 
of Salem; Rcbert L. Ryan, of 
Richmond; Ray W. Barlow, of 
Crewe: and William Henry Foote, 
of Crewe. 

A reception was held immediate- 
ly following the ceremony at the 



Holiday Inn, Military Highway, 
Virginia Beach. 

After a northern wedding trip, 
the couple will be at home at 6212 
Sloan Court, Falling Creek Apart- 
ments, Richmond, Virginia. 



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Mrs. Fioyd Paul Wilson, Jr. 

Cdr. and Mrs. David Taylor Wil. 
liams of Istanbul, Turkey, fomier- 
ly of Virginia Beach, announce 
the marriage of their daughter, 
Lyn Adrienne, to Floyd Pauf-Wil- 
scn, Jr. Mr. Wilson is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Paul Wilson 
of Virginia Beach. 

The ceremony took place June 
14, 1986. in Elizabeth Q^.'Notto 
CarDtt*. ' " ^ff : ~ T7 

The bride is a graduate of Vii^ 
ginia Beach Ifigh School and at- 
tended George Washington Uni- 
versity. 

Mr. Wilson graduated from yir- 
ginia Beach High School and will 
attend Ferrum College. 

The coi^le is hving at the La 
Fonda Apartmei^, 1245 Laskin 
Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 



Annual Picnic 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Today is the 
day of the annual pkaMc for tiK 
Golden Years dub, and will be the 
final activity for this seasM. The 
next meefe^ be held on the second 
Tha-sday in Sept«n*er. 

The picnk wffl be held in Knott's 
Island, N. C. at the home* of Beinie 
and Chris MiHxJai. It is ejqiected 
a groi^ of K or moK wiH irtt«nd. 

The GokJeii Yeat« grtnp enjoy- 
ed a chartered bus trip recently to 
Nags Head, Wright Memorial, Lost 
•Colony theatre and museum. The 
30 members and guests report they 
all had a good tune. 

The Golden Years Clido is open 
to all persons over 60 years of age 
and meets in the First Presbyter- 
ian church. Tliere are no dues and 
no admissiwi fees to the meetings.^ 
Its next meeting in September will 
be in the form of an Open House 
and will introduce the prospective 
members to the various forms of 
fun planned for now in their "gold- 
en years". 




A liTTLE CHEESEC^ItiE ANYOMB? (Plra«i> by CaMnftt) 

Med Assistants Hold Banquet 



Golden Age Picnic q^ 

VIRGINJA BEACH - The Golden 
Age Ckibs of Virginia Beach Rec- 
reation Department, Union^Kemps- 
viHe H^ School Div^on, is mak- 
ing plans for a group picnic at Pled 
Wing Park, a newly created Rec- 
reation Center by the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

The clubs participating in the 
picnic will include Blackwater, 
Creeds, Nimnx), Lynnhavai, At- 
lantic Park, Bayside and the 
members of their families. 

The park has a large playground 
for the larger childroi, and an 
area for the smaller children with 
picnic tables and gnlls. 

The purpose of this planned pic- 
nic is to give the sailor citizens an 
opportunity to frata-nize while the 
children busy themselves with 
play. WTien the senior citizens 
come together at these periodic 
meetings, it tends to give them a 
new sense of direction for eijoying 
themselves in their autisnn years 

These groups have many hr.g 
range plans for activit'es and ih'iy 
in\ite new members at any time. 



I Russell T. Dailey. son of a re- 
i tired chief warrant officer in Bie 
; U. S. Coast Guard, was gradu^ed 
I from WashingtOTi Sate University 
I on May 29 with distinctioi and 
was appointed a second Keutenant 
in the regular Air Force. H^also 
received the Reserve Officers As- 
sociation award. His parents are 
i Mr. and Mrs. J(*n T. Dailev. 



Slattum Graduates 

VlRGESflA BEACH - Earl V. 
Sattum of Virginia National Bank 
has graduated from The Stonier 
Graduate School of Banking, which 
i C(MKhicted by The American 
■&uAerB Association at Rutgers— 
The State University of New Jer- 
sey: Slattum was one of 374 bank- 
ens from all sections of the United 
States who are members of the 
Class cf 1966 honored at com- 
mencement exercises held in the 
university gymnasium. 

The Stonier Graduate School of 
Banking, founded in 1985, is one 
of the world's outstanding schools 
for graduate study m the field of 
banking and finance. In order to 
ify for graduation, Slattum 
attended three two^week resident 
summer sessions at the School, 
completed two years of intensify 
exten.?ion work at home, and wrote 
sn original thesis on a banking 
or financial subject. During the 
past two weeks, besides complet- 
ing his required class room as- 
sigmnents, he passed an oral ex- 
anrfnation by a panel of authori- 
ties on the subject covered by his 
thesis. 

The Stonier Graduate School of- 
fers major courses of study cov- 
ering commercial banking, and 
trusts. Slattum majored in bank- 
ing. 

Slattum is manager of VNB's 
Virginia Beach office at Atlantic 
and 30th Streets. He joined the 
bank in April. 1949 and was elect- 
ed an assistant cashier in 1^. 
He has served as manager of the 
bank's Tidewater Drive and Su- 
burban Park offices in Norfolk, 
and was elected a vice president 
in 1960 after being promoted to 
assistant vice prerictent two years 
earlier. He attended Bryant Col- 
lege in Providence, Rhode Island 
and has received the graduate 
certificate from the .'American In- 
stitute of Banking. 



Miss Catherine Watkins, dau^- 
ter of Mr. and Mre. W. T. Wat- 
kins of W& N. Arlington Dc'vk. is 
a candidate fix* a E^A degree in 
German at Brkigewater Colkge. 
Ccmmencanent was May 29. 



By Douglas Barnes 
VIRGINM BEACH-Last week 
at the Cape Colony Club approxi- 
mately 70 Medical Assistants of 
the Tidewater Association met for 
their annual banquet This dinner, 
f>receded by a cocktail hour, is 
held each year in conjunction with 
the Portsmouth chapter. 

Crisp white Uniforms were su- 
perceded by dinner attire and the 
latest hair-dos. Each lady was 
presented a golden garter upon 
which was attached a miniature 
flag bearing "Virginia Beach, Va." 
This is the famous garter given 
by the Golden Garter whose own- 
er is also an executive of tiie Cape 
Colony Club. The garters were 
slipped on with much giggling, 
laughter and pride. 

Other favors given at the dinner 
were bath oil and guest soap. 

Mrs. M a c e 1 Wisecarver, as- 
sistant to Dr. William Stallings 
and Dr. Joe E. Burt, was social 
chairman and coordinated the af- 
fair. The state president, Mrs. 



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rt require the moet artistry to make simplicity hdt high-Mylsd 
instead of just plain. We <te offer that sanething specik whidj 
tiBDs a beauty sakm ^iptmtn^it into a del^htful expamce. 
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I/mie Kandt, added prestige to 

the occasion. 

Mrs. Ruth Huddleston, attrac- 
tively gowned in black, short 
length chiffon, was there as pres- 
ident of the Tidewate" Association. 

The centerpiece of vari-colored 
summer flowers on the head taible 
was presented to Mrs. Huddleston 
by Mrs. Wisecarver in apprecia- 
tion for her services to the club. 
Mrs. Wisecarver wore eyelet Navy 
blue with pearl accessories. Mrs. 
Kanak wore an aqua-gold short 
brocade. 

Also among those attending were 
Mrs. Ruth Dive, Mrs. Annie White- 
hurst and Mrs. Evelyn Camper. 



Barbara Riley, daughter of. Cdr. 
and Mrs. WilUam F. Riley, 5025 
Smith Farm Road, has been elect. 
ed Business Manager of the Pot- 
pourri literary magazine at Ran- 
dolph-Macon Woman's College. 
Bari>ara, a Latin major, will be 
a junior next fall at R-MWC. 



BIRDNECK BEAUTY SALON 
Open 

Monday thru Saturday 
9:00 A. M. - 5 P. M. 

Birdneck Professional BIdg. 

508 Birdneck Road 

Va. Beach, Va. 

428-1965 



Beginning Monday, June 13th thru the 30th 
Free haircuts with $3.00 shannpoo and set 



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When in New York, set your watch by the 
helicopter^ lifting off the Pan Am BuiMhig. 

Their pHots do. . ■" i 

This Rolex is the G.M.T.-Master. Like the l^olex 
Oyster Perpetual chronometers that time Pan Am 
Heliport flights, Its accuracy is officially certified 
by a SwUs Institute for Chronometer Tests. It's' 
waterproof*. It takes shocks like no other watch. 
It's self-winding, registers the date automatically, 
even tells the time m any two parts of the world. 
It's built of tough stainless steel and 
it will cost you $230.00 including-the 
matching bracelet. .'••. 

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The coveted silver heart medallion, highest award for volunteer work 
given by the American Heart Association, was Won recently by Mrs. 
Edward Abourjilie for her many hours of work as a speaker, writer 
and personnel co-m^inator. It was presented to her at the Tidewater 
Heart Association's annual meeting held at Virginia Beach. 

(Photo by Edward Abourjilie) 



FARMER SAWYER'S ALL NEW, ALL MODERN 

VIRGINIA BEACH GROCERY 

724 FIRST COLONIAL ROAD AT HILLTOP 

OPEN SUNDAY THRU SAT. 8 A.M. - 10 P. M. 

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to Silvers of record 
December 31, 1966 

for tlie (IhUriiil prr'iod 




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PORTSMOUTH 3520 Hgh Street 
VIR6INIA lEACH 3201 PkiH Avenue 
VIRGINIA lEACH 3S29 Vir|inia BeKh Boulevard 




Cuties Enjoy Bjrd Coffee 




By Douglas Barnes 
VmCINIA BEACH-iMrs. J, L. 
Strole Jr. and Mrs. R. h. Counssl- 
men, co-chairmen for the Women 
Workers for Harry F. Byrd Jr., 
held a coffee recently at the home 
of Mrs. Strote on Atlantic Avenue 
and organized their forces. 

Attorney Frank Galla^er, Dele- 
gate Edward T. Caton III and 
State Senator William P.. Kellam 
expressed gratitude for the turn- 
out, explained t^e issues of the 
campaign and offered help with 
future gatherings. Gallagher and 
Caton head the Byrd Campaign 
Cammittee in Virginia Beach. 

Kellam, nattily dressed in a 
grey-blue sport coat, referred to 
Byrd as one who did not vascil- 
late in ideas nor in ideals and 
stated "He is a man consistent in 
friendship, religiOT and work; one 
whose, loyalty and service always 
has been and always will be for 
the interests of those of his native 
.state." 

The purpose of ttiese social 
hours is to relax over li^t re- 
freshments, to discuss and to dis- 
agree on, without being disagree- 
able, the current political issues, 
the qualifications and the sound 
reasons for voting for the man 
who will best r^resent you in the 
U.S. Senate. 

The Byrd Women received 
bumper stickers, pins, hterature, 
etc., to circulate the Byrd work 
and on the attractively appointed 
table, June apples— tangy and 
tempting— sure winners in any 
culinary preparation prophesied 
victory on July 12 for another ap- 
ple admirer. 

Enjoying the kick-off coffee 
hour, ready, willing and able were: 
Mrs. George Aldridge. Mrs. Lc. 



Brennan, Mrs. Mamie Cole, Mrs. ' 
Russel Cole, Mrs. John Fentress, 
Mrs. Robert E. Fentress, Mrs^ 
ivank Gallagher, Mrs. Eugerie 
Godfrey. Mrs. E. F. Hansen, Mrs. 
W. C. Hajrcbx, Mrs. M. J. Hill, 
Mrs. Reeves Johnson, Mrs. W. P. 
Kellam, Mrs. Langley Land, Mrs. 
Dawey Simmons, Mrs. R. L. Simp- 
son, Mrs. Robert li. Stone, Mrs. 
ELmer E. Tarrall, Mrs. Eulion T. 
Wiiite and Mrs. J. Douglas Wilson. 

Lynnhaven Colony 
Garden Club 

LYN'NlI''AVEN —The Lynnhaven 
Cc!ony Garden Ciub held its an- 
nual luncheon recently at t.he hama 
of Mrs. J. Roger Cc'ob, Sandy Bay 
Drive, Baylake Bsac'i. 

The president, Mrs. B. I. Waters 
presided and discussed plans for' 
. the 66-67 year. The standing com- 
mittee chairmen for the conning 
year are Mrs. E ■ W. Hansen, 
yearbook; Mrs. E. B. Ferguson, 
ways & means; Mrs. W. J. Winn, 
auditor; Mrs. W. C. Reelitz, chap, 
lain; Mrs. C. D. Rolston. garden 
therepy; Mrs. B. 0. Parke, horti- 
culture; Mrs. N. E. Mufrell, judg- 
ing and exhibits; Mrs.-^. A. 
Brown, social; and Mrs. J. T. 
Strayhom, publicity. 

Special guest of honor at the 
luncheon was Mrs. C. A. Dicker- 
son, Year Book chairman of Nor- 
folk Federation of Garden Clubs 
and Vicinity. 




Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 23, 1966 



r«^e 3-A 



Miss Barclay-Unique Woman 

By Douglas Barnes she helped me with mine." A 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Recently "ild. "We luv Miz Barclay, ait's 

we heard the Rev. John Ules of kind and pretty." An elderly tour- 

the First Presbyterian Church 



IIONOREES AT LOTUS TEA PARTY (left to right) Joanne Outten, 
Cathy Holland, Jeannfe Knux, Sandy DeMott, and Sherry Culwell, 




AND LAURA REINHARDT, Pat Eaton, Rosemary Baer, Debbie Clark 
and Mary Ann Stone. (Staff Photo 1^ Padrick) 

Tea Honored Lotus Candidates 



Airman 1/c Michael T. Harrell, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albin Me- 
calis of 640 Aragona Uvd., is in 
Vietnam in the fight against Com. 
munist aggression. Airman Har- 
rell is a refrigeration specialist 
in the Pacific Air Forces, the na- 
tion's combat-ready air arm 
guarding the 10,000-mile Bamboo 
Curtain. 



Reed & Barton Silversmiths of 
Taunton, Mass., have announced 
that Miss EUzahdh Beck Walton 
has been awarded one of the 1^ 
"Starter Set" prizes for her entry 
in the silver firm's 1966 Silver 
Opinion Competition from nearly 
30,000 university women who en- 
tered the contest this spring. She 
will receive approximately $50 in 
sterling, fine china and crystal. 
Miss Walton resides at 1085 So. 
Bay Shore drive, and is a student 
at HoUins College, Va. 



THALIA— Eleven of the nineteen 
candidates to become Lotus Queen 
came to a special get-together tea 
given in the home of Mrs. Philip 
Russo last Thursday afternoon. 
Many of the mothers and sponsor 
representatives were present along 
with members of the Cape Henry 
Woman's Club which sponsors the 
annual Lotus Festival. 

Lime pundi and dainty cookies 
were served to the girls and guests 
as they were given instrueticHis and 
a program of the events of the fes- 
tival. Blondes and brunettes, long 
hair and short, each girl shown 
with her own fresh young beauty 
and lady-like style. Each one a po- 



speak on "Jtsus, the Unique 
Man." He brou;.ht out the poig- 
nant fact that ChrlH was mortal, 
exceedingly human, tempted, lone- 
ly, forgotten, hated, but never-lho. 
les.? He had the divine power of 
always helping His f::I!ivv man. 
He did n.:t succLimb to leniDln- 
tion; he did not hate and he gave 
H's life for ethers. He was hi,ma'i, 
(Staff Photo by Padrick) ^^ ^.^. gig^ ^ ^.^^^1 His life wos 

unique. 

In the congregation sat a saintly 
woman, wh^se Hie has been 
unique. For 22 years she 1-.35 
taught the little o.iei in the Sun- 
day rchcol as .well as running her 
wull-known C.ijpin-Kke priv:te 
"Miss Barclay's Sjh:j)l". In a 
sense the day belonged to her, 
because this was the day on wnich 
the e.ntire congregation wa.i pres- 
ent to recognize a noble woman 
who had given her prayers, en- 
ergy, money and self to humanity. 

Reporters are usually on tiie 
run; it was difficult to get a snap- 
shot because peri on after persjn, 
men, women, and children kjpl 
coming up after the service to con. 
gratulate and embrace her, while 
seme of the. little ones shed tears. 
"Everybody loves somebody", 
slurs Dean Martin, "people without 
people. are the lonliest people in 
the world", sings Barbra Strei- 
sand. A lot of people love Miss 
Barclay and she has and will have 
somebody all the time. 

A petite, pert and utterly femi- 



isl from Canada, who attended ti»e 
service said. "I want to meet that 
lady." 

Mirs Barclay's blue eyes were 
misty as .she received the award. 
Her silver hair and navy blue at- 
tire with -pntless white gloves and 
p arls were fitting fcr a true 
dau.i^hter d Virginia. Her head 
held hi;.;ii, she impres.sed us as 
one who hal rnet and would meet 
I'fe's cri.-es v, Ith dij^nity. 

Her t.taticn re'-id: 

T. Miss L.Hlan St. Clair Barclay 
In .\.:pr..ciati ;n of her 22 years of 
d.:de:.'.ed s.rviue t'j t>.e ^■u^sery 
d ^;?.,!iner' cf ih:' f-]u:rch schs'jl of 
'.I't Flr-l J're.-'oyte'ian c'.iurch, 
:::;t:d .lune 12. Hlifi. it was -■igned 
hv the Kev. .Ijlin S. Li'e.s, min- 
ist r. ,'ind H:;ward E. .Ittrtes, 
C.iureh sciioal superinttndcjnt.i 

.'\t tliis sTvice, the church 
s:h,;;)l .•laff w:i. also dedicated 
in a responsive liter'jry.- Truly 
Miss Barclay is "sensitive to the 
needs of children everywhere", 
■he '•und:T';tands and helps child- 
ren learn and gr;.w", she "has pa- 
tience and skill, breath of vision, 
stlf-disciplir.e and joy and seren- 
ity" in personal living. May she 
survive as Frank Sinatra .sings 
"to 105."" 



tential queen. 

The 12th annual Lotus Festival is 
scheduled for July 13-20 and many 
events are planned to interest the 
public. Proceeds realized from the 
veek-long festival go towards 



scholarships given by the Cap,? nine woman, Lillian St. Clair Bar. 

Henry club ^^^Y ^^ ^^^ through the years 

The Lotus Princess^ present at *f P^'' "^ decision the tena- 

the tea enjoying the informal social ^^'^X «f ^^f ^f /^^ J«^« °^ 

were Rosemary Baer of Princess P^°P^/ ^'^^^ J^^, '^;P^,^7 y^f^' 
Anne High who is sponsored by 
Court Stella Maris 1881, Catholic 




Daughters of America and Fr. 
Nicholas J. Habbits, Council No. 
4832 K of C; Debbie Clark of Prin- 
cess Anne High, sponsored by Cor- 
onet Tri-HtY of PA; Sherry Cul- 
well of Princess Anne High, spon- 
sored by the Girls Athletic Associ- 
ation of PA; Sa-dy DeMott of Prin- 
cess Anne High, sponsored by 
Foundry MeLhodist Church Senior 
AfYF. 

Pat Eaten of Kel'am High, spon- 
sored by th- MYF of Tabernacle 
Methodist church; Olney Fac2 of 
Cox High School, sponsored by the 

He ''and of Cox High, sponsored by 
Thnroughgood Garden Club; Jean- 
nie Knox of Pri.icess Anne High, 
sponsored by Alpha Y-Teens of 
PA; JoAn.ne Oi.tten of Bayside 
High, sponsored by the Town & 
fjuntry Ga-den Club; L:;ura Rein- 
hirdt "of Vi.-gna B ach " High, 
sicnsored by the Future T:achsrs 
and Mary 



ful. A man who looked almost as 
old as Miss Barclay was heard 
to remark, "You taught me in 
nursery school and now you're 
teaching my children." A former 
teadier said of her, "Her exper- 
ience and ^ving of all discipli- 
nary problems is unique and kind; 



Kempsville CC 

VIRGINIA BEACH- - Mrs. Jin- 
drew Johnson, President of the 
Kempsville Garden Club, enler- 
tained the board members ad a 
luncheon given at her home 287 
Bowman Road, Saturday June 11. 

New business for the coming 
year was discussed and plans' for 
a picnic this summer were made, 
progressive dinner for new and 
prospective members and old 
members for this fall, plans fw a 
Xmas party and also a "Sqijare 
Dance" in early spring. 

Program? fcr the coming Jear 
were discussed and plannsd. ■ 



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The Bankers And Robertson 



Reprinted from the Rkhinwid Times-Dispatch, 
Suixlay. June 19, 1966. 

State Sen. William B. Spong is gett- 
ing as much miloage as possible out of 
the fact that Virginia bankers are con- 
tributing to the campaign of his rival 
for the U. S. Senate, the veteran A. Wil- 
lis Robertson. But the fact that bankers 
are backing Robertson seems no more 
significant than ttiat labor union leaders 
are backing Spong, or that other groups 
are backing other candidates. 

This sort of thing happens in every 
political contest. Groups which feel that 
a certain candidate represents their 
vie\A^int more nearly than a rival as- 
pirant, are always inclined to back that 
candidate. 

And by the same token, they raise 
campaign funds for such a candidate. 
Every statewide contest for office, and 
many that are city-wide, require jarge 
sums of money to be spent legitimately 
on such things as headquarters rental 
and staffing, TV time, newspaper and 
billboard advertising, etc. Most candi- 
dates can't possibly meet these bills out 
of their own pockets. 

It is no more reprehensible for bank- 
ers to raise money for their preferred 
candidate — in this case a man- who has 
^rved for years with unusual ability cs 
chairman of the Senate Committee pn 
Banking and Currency— than it would 
be for the truckers, the retailers, the 
brewers, the hotel or restaurant owners 
to do likewise for a man whose views 
they approve. And it is no secret that 
various groups with a special interest in 
the outcome of campaigns do furrrish 
funds in one way or another, for the 
political war chests of their favorite as- 
piranls. 

In the case of the Virginia bankers, 
they are frank to say that they regard 
Senator Rdaertson's continued presence 
as dt%»irman of the Senate Committee 
^ %m^\nQ and Currency as highly im- 

rant to the well-b^ng of the nation, 
if the ultra-liberal Senator Paul 
dougki <}f Minois were to take over 

tat poet, M a result of possible defeats 
is ^ir ler S^alcN' Rob«ts<xi and Sen- 
^ ^MU-knfUtfi of Alabama, rhe conse- 



quences could, indeed, be catastrophic 
to the continuance of sound banking 
practices, as weN as to a sound cur- 
rency. 

In seeking to embarrass Senator Rob- 
ertson, Mr. Spong has issued a sworn 
statement as to the amount of money 
raised so far for his campaign— a total 
of over $68,000. He states, and we be- 
lieve him, that no more than $300 of 
this total was raised from labor union 
sources. 

However, it should be borne in mind 
that labor unions frequently make their 
most important contributions to politi- 
cal candidates without providing any 
cash donations. What they prefer to do, 
and it is often most effective, is to pub- 
lish and distribute literature at their 
own expense, supporting the candidate 
of their choice, and to pay for hiring 
campaign workers to ring doorbells in 
his behalf, and to get out the vote on 
election day. All this can cost large 
sums, but none of it appears on the fi- 
nancial statement of the candidate who 
is the beneficiary. 

Since Mr. Spong has been endorsed 
by the Virginia AFL-CIO Committee on 
Political Education (COPE)— as has Armi- 
sYeadl.*Boothe, who is running for the 
seat now held by Sen. Harry F. Byrd, Jr. 
—the extent of that agency's contribu- 
tion to their respective candidacies can- 
not be ascertained by referring to the 
financial statements filed by the candi- 
dates' headquarters, either before or af- 
ter the election. 

So this attempt to build the interest 
of the bankers in the Robertson candi- 
dacy into something sinister is a dud. 
They are naturally behind a man whose 
vi'ews they admire and whose ability 
and integrity they respect. 

Futrthermore, tfie defeat of Senator 
Robertson and of DemcKratic Senator 
Sparkman of Alabama (Alabama is full 
of Republicans these days), and the au- 
tomatic elevation of Senator OougNs of 
Illinois to the chairmansfiip of the Sen- 
ate Committee on Banking and Curren- 
cy, would be likely to lower further the 
value of the dollar. And that would be 
damaglr^ rwt only to bankers but to all 
American citizens. 



Now that the City Council election is 
over and all the campaigning fuss is 
forgotten by most, we feel that one 
matter can safely be discussed at I'ast, 
without causing bad feeling on the part 
of some of the ex-candidates. 

All during the cqupertfrtatic tam- 
paign, several menrrbers- of the inde-, 
pendents' ticket placed printed material 
under the windshields of automobiles 
parked on city streets and in parking 
areas, both public and private. This is 
not only against the law and qualifies 
as a misdemeanor in Virginia Beach, but 
it also makes for much littering. 

After one mass campaign on automo- 
bHes in a particular large parking lot, 
we saw literally hundreds of the cam- 
paign literature papers discar(Kd by 
motorists. All this mess had to be clean- 
ed MP by someone, and certainly did 
not contribute to keeping our city clean 
and beautiful. 

The law against the placing of any 
hancfoills on or in parked vehicles in 
parking lots, on streets or in driveways 
has been on fhe books for a Ibng time, 
and could have been enforced during 
the campa/ign. It was not, and we are 
glad it was not. That would have just 

Strike Up The Band 

The band festival, just ended at Vir- 
ginia Beach, is a wonderful event, and 
we look forward to it again next year. 
The music in the parade furnished by 
all fhe bands, was downright pleasant. 
The colorful uniforms added much to 
the occasion, but it is to the participants 
themselves— all two thousand of them 
-that the credit really belongs. 

These high school age youngsters 
came to Virginia Beach from all over 
the country to participate in this event. 
While fhey were here, they conducted 
themselves in a manner which deserves 
praise and accolades. That many kids in 
one place could easily cause trouble if 
they had a mind to, but this group had 
a wonderful time and never caused a 
moment's problem for anyone, except 
possibly for their harried chaperones. 

They came from many places and 
from many Vvalks of life. We didn't see 
any beatniks and remarkably few of 
the longhairniks, and very few of the 
sioppy-niks either. These youngsters 
knew they were not only representing 
their school and their bands but also 
their hometowns and families. They left 
with us in Virginia Beach a favorable 
impression on all counts. 

Too often we adults are responsi'ble 
only for criticism of the younger gen- 
eration. We think the members of these 
bands deserve praise, and we look for- 
ward to having as many of them as pos- 
sible and their younger brothers and 
sister back next year. 

In additi9n we are happy this event 
is held in Virginia Beach. It is another 
reason to visit our fair city and note 
with pleasure the remarkable diversity 
of our entertainment facilities and es- 
tablishments. 



caused more problems. But now that 
this campaign is over, we can truthfully 
say we l"ope such littering will never be 
done again by any candidates for any 
offices in Virginia Beach. 

In the heat of any campaign, some 
matters of good' decorum are possiby 
forgotten. Perhaps that is how this all 
happened. No one in the city govern- 
ment ever complained at.all. We just 
happened to note the result qf this law 
being broken. The result was much 
waste paper littering the streets and 
parking~lots. Let us hope it won't hap- 
pen again. 

A Vote Of Confidence 

Recently certain school officials and 
members of the School Board have 
been much maligned concerning poli- 
cies in effect. The criticisms have us- 
ually come from those who know little 
of fhe inner workings of the ^ools or 
those who do not recognize the real 
problems. 

In the past we have praised our 
school officials, headed by F. W. Cox, 
for the fine job done over more t+ian 
two decades. It has been a difficult job 
keeping up with the increase in popu- 
lation. Money is not always availably 
for building new schools or hiring new 
personnel as school officials would like 
to see. But they have done an excellent 
job, many times on a shoestring. 

There are those who are now criti- 
cizing the physical plant of one school 
building. Admittedly, in this and some 
other" plants, there are some defic- 
iencies, but the faults are being recti- 
fied as fast as they can be by those who 
recognized the defi^rencies long before 
the recent publicity. And there are cer- 
tainly some beautiful school plants in 
Virginia Beach, with others under con- 
struction n6>w. 

Other critics are calling for reduction 
of fees and the like. Perhaps they do 
not realize the reason why some taxes 
in Virginia Beach are lower than in oth- 
er areas is because such fees are charg- 
ed. Perhaps these same critics would 
like to see^an increase in the low real 
estate taxes, although we doubt it. 

Still other critics are demanding a 
fast pace of integration. This is a real 
mistake, since Virginia Beach has been 
a leader in this field and has done an 
orderly and smooth job in the past of 
integrating! not only students but also" 
faculties. There was really no trouble 
until crftics saw fit to stir it all up. 

Virginia Beach now has a nucleus of 
a superior teaching and administrative 
staff, as enrollment begins to level off 
slowly. We are proud of our schools in 
every way. No school system is perfect 
and none will ever be, because the hu- 
man element is deeply involved, but 
ours is okay with us. 

We suggest that the self-appointed 
CTitics look the entire matter over in the 
future before saying things that are not 
entirely correct, or are intended to hurt 
officials or the image of our schools. 



THE VIRGINIA BEAGH 
OPEN FORUM 

pgoj. Sir: ' So very many times Airii^ this 

campaign I have said. . .Sure, I'm 

I have been rrading from tane jj, ^^ j.g^ ^ ^,hj. ^nd, i did win. 

to time in various new^apers the %%He my nanie wilJ not be on the 

aocounts of statenKnts mads my list of the members of Virginia 

Mr. Spong to the effect that Sena- Beach pty'CouncU 1 ^J^-^^^ 

^, ^ . , X J u- sincerely, that wlQi my running 

tor Robertson nas neglected his g^ ^ Republican, I have erased the 

constituents from t.his and ot-ner „^^„ ^^^ .^ candidatss from 

sections of Virginia It is surpris- ^ ^ ^^^^^ ^^^ jg^j^g 

ing to what lengtn he is going to .^ ^^ government of Virginia 

try to find something wrong with ^^ ^^ ^ ^.^^ ^^ ^^^^^ 

th3 Senator's record. %hy doesn t , ^^ ^ ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ 

he sap that that fte wants his job ^^ J^ ^^^ ^ ,.^^^ j^^^^^.. 

and let it go at that? _ atmosphere in the poKing plac"^. It 

As tiie wrestlers from Roanoke sesms a shame that we must stiU 
say over teiavision, "Lot's settle cling to the out of date hand writ- 
tins matter once and for all." I tai ballot over most cf the city 
think perhaps that 1 am in a bet- when voting machines would best 
ter position to testily to Senator serve the city and its citizens. 
Robeitson's effectiveness as our At a tinrje like this there are so 
representative llian anyone else I many to thank. For ail the help, 
know. It wifl 'oe necessary to write understanding, loyalty and love ex- 
tiiis letter m some detail and to re- tended to nve over these past 
veal something of my own business w^ks will forever be my very per- 
in order to tell the story. I am sonal prize in this canqjaign. 
Treasurer and Business Manager I must exteiwi my best wishes to 
of Southern Seminary Junior Col- 
lege, Bucna Vista, Virginia. 

It was during World War II. One 
morning two car loads of Army of- 
ficers h&aded by a civilian drove 
up in front of thj main building, 
entered and inlormod us that we 
were to be taken over by the gov- 
ernment as a WAC Canter. We 
were asked to provide of'fice space 
for the group and \\ere told that 
a survey -«f our buildings must be 



the members of the Organization 
team, but with my hopes for their 
renewed resolve tfiey will also put 
into action the "promises" and 
comrider the voices of the people 
who seek only to make this city 
number ONE in Tidewater. 
Mrs. Lois Nelson 
Republicail Candidate 



E>ear Sir: 
The United States has been 



made, imagine our consternation 

with a full eniollment of students sending vast sums of money for 

and a faculty and staff of about foreign aid to the various nations 

a hundred people tor whom we of the world over the last coi^le of 

were respon.sible. f^^^^^^' f^^^^'g" ^'^ has irnany 

face.s— some good, and unfortu- 

But hovfr does one chaili nge the natcly, some bad. 

U- S. government? So we co-op- Ai-my Booths recognizes in his 

erated in every way. Natura'iiy, campaign platform both the posi- 



cur students were greatly ccncern- 
cd when we were told that ,ve 
would be taken over overnigh (up- 
on a tekphone call from Washing- 



live bensiieial results as well as 
the failures of our foreign aid pro- 
gram. He realizes that much of it 
has been investment in military 



ton). This was 'war. Our students and economic security.. The Food 

and faculty would liave to. leave in for Peace and the Peace 'Corps 

.^.pril. The President Emeritus and programs have been two of the 

his wife who occupied an apai t- most important programs of recent 

nient in the main building wou!d years, 
liave to move out, etc., etc. W 



rufsirred the gentlemen to the Nat- 
u;al Bridge tioltl when Mr. Davis, 
the manager at that time mow 
deceased), a^ed nte to-pl'Jase 30!'.d 
them to see him. Other hotels in- 
cluciing Aitdn House near Waynes- 
boro also asked to be inspected for 
use by the government. When olh 



These successes must not blind 
us to the fact that expenditures for 
foreign aid must be constantly 
scrutinized realiFticaHv ar"^ "'"■''- 
fully with an eye to terminating the 
evils and waste and strentiuieiUng 
tile successful. 



Army has called for more of our 
er places wanted to bo considered ^^,;^,,,nce to be of the bilateral ., 
we began to thuik about how we type,, working through the World- 
could save Southern Seminary, in Bank or the Export-Import Bank. 
the course of our many cwiversa- He (eels^^^jt by si^cli bliiiit«r#l j»ct' 
tions wfth the head of tBr |?oQf*'fon, our'eTOrts woiild be appftd- 
We came to the conclusion that atively invested. 



our property Was not large enough 
to do the job that wo? to be done, 
hut we were told that a hundred 
and twenty five WACS could be 
billeted in the Ball Room, that a 



Army Boothe demands that we 
act more like businessmen rather 
than Santa Clauses. 

With this type of positive think- 



hundred and twenty five men could ing on the part of Army Boothe, 
be housed in the Stables to take Virginia has the opportunity to 



elect a man to the U. S. Senate 
who recognizes modern necessities 
and who will see that our dollars 
are wisely spent. 



Sincerely yours, 
Ray C. Roberts, Jr. 



ESSA Opens 



GulVs'Eye View 



BY N. S. CROW 



By N. S. Crow 

This Ls bandwagon time. Lots of 
folks are just jumping oh a Sena- 
torial candidate's bandwagon. And 
they are jumping in all directions,' 
with a slight edge being given to 
the bandwagons of the incumbents, 
RobCTtson and Byrd. M least, 
fr<Mn the gulls eye view, that's 
the way it looks. 

Here in Virginia Beach, for in- 
stance, the Robertson bandwagon 
has quite a few new rides. All 
the members of the present City 
Council and all the newly elected 
council meniers have jun^jed cm. 
They naited until their own c^n- 
paigning was over before junpng 
on, w'^ich was a good move- There 
was nt need to ckxid the Lssue in 
a tepid councilmatic campaign 
anyway. 

The Robertson bandwagon was 
heavily weighted with important 
folks at the Dome l^t Saturday. 
The U. Governor was there Con- 
gressman Downing was there. A 
Ridunond Delegate wjb there. And 
there was one very charming lady 
there from FH>rtatK)uth. Mr. 
Spong's hometown. Mrs. Iitez Ba- 
ker, a member of tiie Hou« erf 
Delejates. is backing the reelec- 
tion of Robertson over her fellow 
citizen This shouW qualifv' as an 
intere^ing turn of eves*s. How 
^xwt that? 

Is the ^tt 3&iM«. tl}^ty of 



the forty members have endorsed 
Robertson. Now that's a pretty 
good average, especially if you 
subtract the four R^uWicans, the 
three senators from Norfolk and 
Senator Spong himself. That only 
leaves two unaccounted for, and 
I've been thinking about flymg 
up to northern Virghiia to identify 
these two. But thirty out of forty 
is pretty good, I think. All these 
same fine folks are on the Byrd 
bandwagon too. And that, in it- 
self, brings up an interesting 
point. 

There are two bandwagons . . . 
one for Byrd and one for Robert- 
son, both being piloted by the 
same pe<^Ie generally, but I am 
certainly glad to see that dicy 
are operating ertirely separately. 

I've been resting this week and 
catcttng up on my sleep and my 
political rrading. I have an idea, 
with tftt first d July upon us and 
only two more weeks until tiie 
primary, I am going to be pretty 
busy trying to see everything go- 
ing on betow me. Things should 
be pretty hot with the (^iposition 
champi<xis pullir^ out all the 
stqK in a lagging race in atte.iipt 
to turn back the tide of waning 
support. 

By next week this time the cam- 
paigning diould be soaring and 
I'll be soaring too. Vmi can bet 
yma taitfeathat m thati 



SER'VICEMEN IN THE NEWS 

Army Pvf. Richard D. Cherry, 
son of Mildred H. Young of 4532 
Olive Grove Circle. Virginia 
Beach, completed eight weeks of 
advanced infantry training at the 
Army Training Center, Fort Dix, 
N.J., recently. 



.Airman ADorentice#ti= E. Ho=t- 
ings Jr., USN, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Otis E. Hastings cf 420 Kel- 
lan Road, Vu"ginia Beach, has 
completed the Aviation Mechani- 
cal Fundamentals Sdicol at the 
Naval Air Technical Training Cen- 
ter in Menqrfiis, Tenn. 

* * * 

P\'t. Samuel D. Hollified. Fon of 
Mr. and Mrs David J. Hollified, 
421 Mange Drive, Virgmia Beach, 
completed a radio re!ay snd car- 
rier operation course at the Army 
Southeastern Sisrip' School, Ft. 
Gordon, Ga., recently. 



Navy Seaman Recruit Hurold J. 
Clukey Jr.. son of Mr. and Mr.-. 
Harold J. Dukev of 704 Ddouna 
Lane. Virginia Beach, has com- 
pleted seven week- cf Niw basic 
training at the Great Lakes, 111. 
Naval Training Center. 



.Army fergeant FfrFt CJas= Wil- 
liam C. Tiller, whose wife. Anna, 
lives at 2113 Hartsor Lane. Virgin- 
ia Beach, was awarded a letter <A 
arpreriation recently in (^i Nhon. 
Vfctnam. He received the award 
for outstanding service as a mess 
fteward uj the 6W Troa^DTtaticn 
Conip^ at Qui Niioa. 



care of the grounds, etc. )We use 
four, and then only part time. ) A 
sewage disposal plant would be in- 
stalled on the campus and a bull- 
dozer run thiough the grounds to 
widen the roads. We were told we 
wouUd receive $950,000.00 for the 
property. When I asked the head 
man what we should do with our 
horses, he said. "I'll add another 
$■50,000.00 and you can give them 
away." 

About this time vScnator Robert- ^Jst CylQSS 
son came to Glasc&w for the 
awai'ding of the .Xrmy and Navy 
'"E" and we asked him for a few 
minutes of his time. After discuss- 
ing our problem with him behind 
one of the buildings where we re- 
treated to avoid the cdld and wind, 
he said. "I^et me ta'k with the 
proper authorities in Washington 
after I get back." In le-s than a 

week wc r?c2ivcd a letter from „, ,, ,, ,, .. , „. , 

out the United States, will unde.-iso 

an intensive 13-\veek course in the 

into the matter tinorougiolv and'had '■'^''^'' di-ciplinc.s of ESSA. The 

decided net to take our propcrtv. c»"/se is being held at the Coast 

^ '^ ■ and Geedctic Survey's Atlantic 

I have gone into this matter in Marine Center, Norfolk, Va. 

detail to illustrate Mr. Knbertson's UpoiJ graduation, each will be 

great help in preserving Southern appointed an Ensign in ESSA's 

Sc.Tiinary. We are cc'e'oratina our commissioned corps, except for 

centennial this yc=ar This never two tnembers who were commib- 

wouid have been pi>s-i')i? had not siened earlier this year. TTie of- 

Senator Robertson's wise counsel ficers will then receive individual 



NORFOLK - Thirty-one ccllcgc 
graduates began training Mond-iy 
for future assignments in the p:n- 
vironmenlal Science Services Ad- 
ministration I ESSA) With the open- 
ing of the bureau's 21st officer 
training class. 

The class; including largely en- 
ipitm-'Trnm gingering graduates from through- 

RULi iiuin nut fhf llniifll ct-jta^ ,.,iii ,,„^ „ 

the Assistant Secretary cf War 
Patterson saying that hs had gone 



be.n heeded. It vas, and is, a 
tistimony to his influence In Wash- 
ington. . 

kn incident such a.? this can be 
multiplied a thousand times, as 
many can testily. Senator Robert- 
son has always ac'.ed in the b">t 
in'.erc-t o,' h:s c:n-_tiUients in Vir- 
ginia': I iuns and cities, and they 
siioiild ii;pp(irt him in July. I am 
an independent in politics and 
Ihercl'ore I :sn free to vole a.s I 
choc's". I chrwsc to eupporl Sena- 
tor .Robertson. 

Sincerely yours, 
H. Russell a-hry 
Treasurer & Bus. Mgr. 



Dear Sirs: * 

Tlio Virginia Beach Hospiio! and 
Horsemen very much appreciate 
the support you pave us in our re- 
c'.Tit Horse Show at ,\ldo Farms. 
— Tiiank >t)u. 

Geny M hM»sa 



assignment- after a brief orien- 
tation at ESSA headquarters in 
Rockville, Md. IL.st new officers 
will serve aboard ships of the 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, the 
EFSA agency which operates a 
fleet of 14 vasseb. 

Cdr. Edwin K. Mc^offrcy of 
Virginia Beoch, ,s the j[fi,,r.in- 
charge of the training pr^igrom. 
T.ie program includes the work 
done by ESSA in tides, currents 
Keodesy. oceanography, phj^og- 
rammetry, seismokgy. cartogra- 
phy, meteorology and acron;my. 

The E£S\ cwnmissioned corps 
IS one rf the seven uniformed scr 
vices in the federal government; 
t.1e others being the Army, Navy . 
Air Force, Marine Corps, Cc4i* 
Gua.-d and Public Health Service 
The C A GS Ce« surveys coalS 
waters, seardics for underwater 
navigational hazards, makes grav- 
ity and magneti^r measuranents 
conducts tidal aW tidal current 
surveys, and engages in deep sea 
(KMOugri^duc rea«irch. 



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Little League 
'Game Results 



VSR«MIA BB.«H -Scores fw 
lat weeks Little League Baseball 
limes are: Cubs 14, Rotarians 7; 
P4>ars U, HawiB 5; ^rts 4, Ro- 
tafians 0: Cuts 4, Little Giants 1; 
Hawks 0, Pipers 2. 

Major LeS'^ StamtBigs: 
IBAM mm LOST 

cues 6 1 

PI(PERS 6 1 

gPORfre 6 1 

liTTUE GIANTS 1 5 

ROT.ARIANS 1 6 

HAWKS 5 

Mii^r League Standings: 

TEAXl WON LOST 

iBLKS LODGE 2286 3 i 

GWALMR GAR. 2 1 ' 

iMci06Y (ML 1 2 

BARR'S R£XAU. 3 



Seek Volunteers 

VIRGINIA DEACH-'Hie Vii^inia 
Beach conmiimity recreation 
leagues sponsored by the Depart- 
meni of Parks and Recreation, are 
seeking volunteers for its various 
baseball and softball teams. Addi- 
tional coaches -are needed for all 
of the teams that are now entered 
and playing, Transportation is an 
important factor with our fields 
and teams so widely scattered. For 
those who do not desire U) coach, 
there is an opportunity to help with 
the transporting of the teams to 
their playing destinations. 

Tlie areas and their chairmen 
are: Bayside— Mr. James Brid- 
gers; C & K— Mr. Horace Lamb; 
Biackwater— Mr. Ralph Jordan; 
Lynnhavxen— Mrs. Vivian Taylor; 
Ncwlight— Mr. Harrison Jennmgs; 
Scabcard— Mr. John P.arks, and 
Seatack— iMrs. Ivis L. Walke. Per- 
sons desirous of serving in any ca- 
pacity should contact one of the 
above persons or caU John Skinnsr 
of 497-fi262. 



Teams Open Season 



VIRGINIA BEACH— "nie Virginia 
Beach Community Recreation 
Baseball and Softball Leagues 
^KHisored by the <Jnkn-Kemp9> 
ville Diviskn of the Departmeirt d 
Parks and Recreation opened sea- 
son on Morxlay, June 6, lifK. The 
baseb^l leagues— Mk^, A. ham, 
Jr. Hi^ and &-. iligh serve from 
ags 9 throu^ High School. TlKre 
dre four aoMMi leagues: Elemen- 
tary and Hi0i for school-age girls; 
the wOTtien's league and tfaa men's 
leagiK lor the aduks who are of 
sdiool. 

The games are played daily <m 
ei^t fields located at Union- 
KempsvHle High School, Dettie 
Williams, Seaboard and Seatack 
Hementary Schools, and «i a field 
located in tiie Newlight cMisnunity. 

All persons who have not joined 
a team are encouraged to do so. 
Information conconing these 
leagues may be received by con- 
tacting your Area Chaiirnan or by 
calling the ReCTcatkm Office- 
497-^62. 




Receives Medal 



VIRGINIA BEACH-^rmy Ma- 
jor Lawrence 0. ^ittrain, whose 
parents live on Atlantic Avenue 
in Virginia Beach was recently 
awarded the Air Medal while serv- 
ing with the Lst Calvary in South 
Viet Nam. 

Major Zittrain received the 
award for outstanding achievement 
in aerial support of ground forces 
in combat. 

He is a platoon leader in Bat- 
tery B, 2nd Battalion of the di- 
vision's 20lh Artillery and has 
been in the Army since 1955. 

His parents are Mr. and Mrs. 

Samuel Zittrain. 

His wife, Nancy, lives ui Cali- 
fornia. 



SERVING VIRGINIA BEACH 
'^ RESIDENTS SINCE 1937 
under same management 
CALL 428 1525 



CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 



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Mobilheat Kerosene Fuel Oil 

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4H% 

dividend 
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on all savings for 

the semi-annual 

period beginning 

July 1. 1966. 

anticipated rate per annum 

Home Federal 

SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 



Home (Mica: Bourii and BrunUetMi Atmum 

Norfolk \^ 

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f44 North VUm Street, »dfolk 

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SHIRLEY FENTRESS AND NELLIE BRYAN diat witii two of their 
pupils over cokes after the first class of the beauty «las8. Mrs. John A. 
HafUng is witti them. (Photo by CasMiidra) 

Cavalier Coke Party- 
Starts Beauty Camp 



By Douglas Barnes 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Dedicated 
to daughters, the CavaUer Teen 
Beauty Camp opened last week 
with an orientation "Coke Party" 
on the right -terrace of the Beach 
Club. 

Mothers learned that the class 
will run for two hour sessions 
from 10 to 12 a.m. Tuesday and 
Thursday mornings and is the 
brainchild of Nellie Bryan and 
Shirley Fentress. 

Nellie is fashion coordinator and 
commentator, director of the Miss 
Norfolk Pagoant, official chaper- 
one for Miss Virginia and instruct- 
or in charm, personality and poise. 

Shirley is a superb actress, chor- 
eographer, dancer, model, song- 
stress and charmer. A blue-eyed 
brunett, she is also a pbcie. 

There will be lessons in posture, 
cosmetics, poise, personality, fash- 
ion and hair styling. Table setting 
and table etiquette will also be 
taught. 

The students in the course will 
learn exercises in rhythm where 
they will slim to a syncopated 
beat and learn to move gracefully 
to music. 

iLeotards, comfortable attire, and 
a svmplex notebook are required 
for the course. 

The l&^our course will include 
two guest in!;tructore on drama, 
hair care and speech, "file class 
is limited in size and the cost of 
instruction is $20. Nellie's tele- 
phone number is 464-399Q; Shir- 
ley'^ is 428-6062. 

The beauty camp will conclude 

Michael F. Jordan, majoring in 
Mathenratics at the University of 
Mi nnes ota, received his com mis- 
sion as Ensign, U. S. Navy, dur- 
ing exercises held recently. Vice 
President Hubert H. Hun^hrey 
addre?5ed the graduating cadets 
and midshipmen of the R.O.T.C. 
units at the University. 



Champion 
Bourbon 

Eight 
Years Did 




$050 $400 

PINT */SOT 



nuieHT lounH - as ptoer • 
(?)aiiipiMoisTiu«B», 



in mid-July with a fashion show 
featuring ^e campers and their 
guefits when one will see awk- 
ward and ^y teenagers turned 
into poised and happy young la- 
dies. 

One mother says that attending 
these classes will solve all of her 
problems of boredoim and non- 
occupancy for her daughter for 
the summer. "She's at school and 
yet she's home at the same time." 

As Barrie says in "Dear Bru- 
tus" Daughters are the thing! Nel. 
lie and Shirley think so. 



Young Ladies 
Sweep Test 

VIIW5INL\ BEACH - The Prin- 
cess Anne Jaycees finished their 
boating safety course this weekend 
with a final test on the water. 

The course consisted of three 
lectures and those high school 
students who made 80 points or 
better on the test were allowed 
to compete in the ^ater portion 
of the exam. 

Joe Buck, president of the cli^ 
said the youngsters were faced 
with an obstacle course that pre- 
sented a test of rules of the road 
jinder nornj§\ operating conditions. 

Portions ' of the test mcluded 
problans on a privileged vessel, 
a bur'dened vessel, a meeting sit- 
uation, an overtaking and passing 
situation, and a docking and moor- 
ing problem. 

The students were graded by 
Coast Guard representatives wlw 
rode in the boats with them and 
the Jaycees who made up the ob- 
stacles. 

Buck^aid the girls outclassed 
the boys in nearly all instances. 

The first three positions were 
won by: Martha Korte, first place. 
who nmde 100 on the written test 
and 95^ on tiie water course; 
Meredith Pollard, second place, 
who made 100 on the written tost 
and 93 on the water cour.-e; and 
Kcdncy Bowles, third place, who 
made 100 on the written test and 
92 on the water course. 

Buck said Miss -Korte, who will 
be a junwr next year received a 
1250 scholarsiliip. Miss Pollard, a 
semor n«£t year, won a |100 sav- 
ings bond, and Bowles, a ninth 
grader, won $75 in saving bonds. 

Other contestants in the water 
trials were Vidci Mittelsdorf, Ed 
Grvens. Pam Hackswo-th, Fred 
Rudiger, John Fowler, Jeff Gohr. 
Linda Seely, John Thurston imd 
Frank Powers. 

Hie awards were presented Mon- 
day night at tiie regular Jaycee 
meting. 

Buck said the soores on the wa- 
ter portion of the twt ran fron 
47 to 954 pwnU. 



White Team 
Leads League 

- VlHGilNK BEACH - In Duffer 
League play, sponsored by the Vir- 
ginia Beach Department of Parks 
& Recrsalicn, White Telephone 
Answering Service tojk the league 
lead with an extra-inning, 7-6 vic- 
tory over the Rcbs. In t'.\e hard 
Xought contest, B^j Spratly. punc- 
tured the Reb.s defense for three 
hits i.-i four attempts at bat to 
le^d his team and all hitters for 
the pa.ne. In othsr league play 
Hoff Cadillac swamped the Eagles 
by th.e score of 21-1. Richard Van- 
derpbege, with two heme runs 
and seven runs batted in, and 
Jerry Merritt, with one home run 
and three runs batted in, were 
the mainstays of Hcff's attack. 
In another Duffer League game, 
the Beachwarmers smothered t!ie 
M-Boys 16-3. 

In Women's League play, the 
Truckers slid past Overton's 11-10 
to remain tied for fir-t place with 
the Travelers who blanked Bill's 
Braves. 7-0 in another League 
game. A showdown between the 
Truckers and the Travelers will 
occur this Wednesday night at 9 
p.m. on the KempsviUe no. 2 field. 
This should be an interesting and 
hard fought game with plenty of 
action for the spectator. Court: 
house remained in contention for 
third place with its 10-8 win over 
Aragona. 

In Class "A" League play. De- 
Hart defeated Rio's to aid their 
position in the standings. Walker 
Realty blanked Firestone 12-0 to 
retain their league lead. In ano- 
ther league contest Brown's Body 
Shop won over Seaboard 7-6. 

Unlimited league play found 
Smith & Keene nipping Pungo 
11-10 in a hottly contested game. 
KempsviUe found the going easy 
as tiiey whizzed by London Bridge 
11-4. Thalia bombed the -ITT Fal- 
cons 24-4 in a one-sided contest., 
Chesapeake Beach remained tojJs 
in the league as they administered 
a 19-5 loss to the Lithonia Light- 
ing team. Johnny St. Siftg was 
4 for 5 at bat, collecting one home 
run, two doubles and a single for 
his efforts. Dave Jack;on hit 3 
for 5 for the evening, a triple and 
2 doubles. 

In Pre-Teen League play (Girls' 
Softball) tiie Gems won over the 
Surfers 20-9. Debbie Pittman was 
the big stick for the Gems as she 
hit for a bases loaded home run, 
a triple with two on and a double 
with two on. In another leagire 
game, the Lvks rcnnped over tita 
Teenets 20-0. Jenna Liles hit a 
heme run with the bases loaded; 
Monica .'\dcock was 3 for 4 with 
a triple and 2 singles; Donna 
Roughton pitched a no hitter for 
the Larks. 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 23, 1966 



Page5-A 




VIRGINIA BEACH RESIDENTS, COL. AND MRS. A. M. MURPHY are pictured as they took a tour by 
a rather unusual mode of transportation whUe vacalkming in Egypt. !*« camel driver at left is Abraham. 
The camel driver at right and the Arab child held by Mrs. Murphy remain unidentified. But the camel on 
which Mrs. Murphy is riding is named "Fantastic". Col. Murjjiy is riding on "Cana^ Dry." 



'HINKY BRINKY' ALSO THERE 



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Abraham Guides Murphy's Tour 



By H. Joseph Lowenthal, Jr. 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The silent 
Sphinx and the Great Pyramids 
were just no match for Abraham. 
And it's a cinch he'll never be im- 
mortalized as the Sphinx. He just 
can't stay quiet that long, accord, 
ing to Sfrs. A. M. Murphy. 

Mrs. Murphy and her hu^and, 
Col. A. M. Murphy (US. Army, 
Ret.) recently visited EJgypt while 
on vacation. One of the attractions 
of the trip was a jaunt into the 

j great desert on camelback. So 
oif went the Murphys for a closeup 

j view of the catlike Sphinx and 

i those marvels of ancient architec- 

\ ture, the Pyramids. 

1 They had a most interesting 
i guide, according to Mrs. Murphy. 

His name was Abraham and he 
; said his camel's name was "Fan- 
I tastic." Col. Murphy's driver didn't 
! get a chance to get a word in 

edgewise. Abraham did all the 
\ talking, but the Colonel did learn 

that his camel's name was "Can- 
; ada Dry." Whether that was the 

prefk for bourbon or ginger ale 
j was never established. 

I "It was a wonderful way to 
' travel," said Mrs. Murphy. "And 
1 Abvakma kapi us WMigUng tik tb* 
I time. He was fabulous.'' 

Abraham's English was not the 
best, however. He confided to Mrs. 
Murphy that his camel was very 

; famous. He said proudly that 



"Fantastic" has been en Ameri- 
can television, and made famous 
by "Hinky-tBrinky" while they 
were in Egypt for the filnring. "I 
wondered who in the world 'Hinky- 
Brinky' was, and then, all of a 
sudden it hit me. Abraham meant 
'Huntley-Brinkley' ". 

At the end of the colorful ride, 
the colorful Abraham asked the 
Colonel to give him his tip "quick 
before my shake comes.'' That 
did not take any figiring out. "He 
was referring to his 'sheik', of 
course," said Mrs. Murphy. 

Abraham also pointed out sev- 
eral perk)ns along the guided route 
that the Murphy's should tip, for 
one reason or another. He, in all 
fairness, pointed out sane not to 
tip. But the Murphy's still wonder 
just how many of those tipped 
Abraham met later to "divvy up 
the take." 

"These people on the edge of 
the desert are very poor," saki 



Mrs. Mutlte'. Many of them make 
a small W|jL by begging. When 
the Murphy^iwere having their 
{MCture taken to prove they had 
ridden the humb-backed creatures, 
an Arab father asked if his little 
daughter could sit on the camel. 
He told the Murphys she had never 
been on a camel. They obliged and 
Mrs. Murphy heki the child who 
d)liged the camera with a big 
smile. 

"I feh quite sorry for the child, 
said Mrs. Murphy. She was so 
tiny and thin. She was sort of piti- 
ful." 

Mrs. Murphy said that Abra- 
ham and his stories helped make 
the trip really worthwhile. And 
now tlwt the Murphy's have re- 
turned to Virginia Beach and more 
conventional means of travel, tiiey 
are faithfully watching for a tele- 
vision re-run of the "Hinky-Brin- 
ky" report, in the hopes of seeing 
"FarHastic" again. 



City Baseball Cards Delayed 



VIRGINIA BEACH -In Midget 
'\\" Division League play spon- 
sored by the Virginia Beach De- 
partment of Parks & Recreation, 
the Tigers downed the Cub.s 5-2. 
Don Haulk pitched a no hitter for 
the Tiger.s. The Colts blanked the 
Yankees 4-0. Riqky Scari>er pitch-' 
ed a one hitter for the Colts. The 
' Larks downed the Cardinals 9-4. 
David Roughton pitched a 5 hitter; 
j had a double and two single-, and 
; two runs batted in for the game. 
Walter Couiii batted 2 for 3 with 
a triple and 4 RBI's. and Ricky 
Daniels was 2 for 4 with a homie 
run and 2 RBI's. 

In Midget "B" National play 
the Brave.s out-scored the Pu-ates 
18-6. Other league action found 
Lynnhaven completely outclassing 
tlw .Angels by the score of 30-2. 
Danny Weinberth pitched a 4-hit- 
ter for the victors, M. D. Reilly 
was 3 for 4 for the game, all .'^in- 
gles; Sammy Morgan was 3 for 4 
and collected a doi^le and two 
singles. 

In Senior League play, the Gi- 
ants were victorious over the Yan- 
kees 14-6. 



RICHMOND-Due to the large vol- 
ume oi boat registration renewals 
being received, delivery of the 
new laminated registration cards 
has fallen a bit behind schedule, 
j according to Game Commission 
Boat Registration Supervisor Ftor- 
ence B. Wade. Temporary boat 
registration receipts, whidi are re- 
turned to boaters inmiediately af- 
ter registrations are processed, will 
be honored until the laminated 
cards are received. 

H is expected that even with the 
overtaxed laminating facilities, by 
June 30 when he old registratiais 
I expire the new laminated cards 
will have reached all boat owners 
whose registrations were received 
prior to June 15. The delivery of 
the laminated cards should pidc up 
as the volume subddes. 

Persons inquiring about registra- 
tiors already sent in should furn- 
ish their boat nunU)er and the 
date stamped on the temporary 
ivgistration receipt, if Uiis has 
been received. 



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Graduates 

Local • students who have re- 
ceived degrees from the College 
of William & Mary. WiUiamsburg. 
during commencanent exe^ises 
held June 12 were William fed- 
ward Gulvcrhouse, a Bachelor of 
Ci\il law degree; Winston Godwin 
Snider, Bachelor of Civil Law De- 
gree; Kenneth Nicholson WJiite- 
hurst Jr., Bachelor of Civil Law 
degree; Thomas Jay BnuTd)ley, 
Master's de^ee in education; Pa- 
tricia Hi^t Copley, Master's de- 
gree in education: Emma Ules 
Grochman, Master's degree in ed. 
uc£^n; Karen Allison Hopkins. 
Mafter's degree in education; Da- 
vid E. Jones Jr.. Master's degree 
in education; Joseph Daniel Liner 
Jr.. Master's degree in education; 
James Clinton Spencer. Master's 
degree in education: Eleanor Stel- 
zner Spohn. Master's degree in 
education; and Tommy Lee Wil- 
lis, Master's degree in education. 



James R- Christensen Jr. has 
been awarded a Bachelor of Sci- 
ence degree in civil engineering 
from Stanford University in Stan- 
ford, CaWomia, during recent 
conunencemoit exercises held in 
Laurence Frost Memorial Amphi- 
theater. 

• * « 

Kenneth R. Karr, has received 
a Bachelor of Science in Business, 
General Business from the Univ- 
ersity oi Kansas rn Lawrence dur- 
ing recently held commencement 
exercises. 





Behind Cameras For A While 



HOMECOMING DAY at London Bridge Baptist Church will be held this Sunday. Dr. Phillip E. Rodgerson 
will be guest speaker. Dr. Rodgerson Is associate secretary of the Department of Evangelism and asso- 
ciatimial Missions of the Virginia Baptist General Board in Richmond. He is a native of Virginia Beach 
and grew up In the London Bridge Baptist Church. A picnic lunch will be served at noon in the church 
picnic area. After the lunA a special program of music will be presented. 



Master Sergeant Emmett D. 
Tillett, w'hoSe wife, Melva, is the 
daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Fred 
H. White of Knott's Island, N. C, 
has been awarded the U. S. Air 
Force Commendation Medal at 
Keesler AFB. Miss. He received 
the medal for meritorius serVice 
a^ a communications supervisor 
aj Ernest Harmon AFB, yew- 
foundland. His sister, Mrs. Alvin 
L. Porter, resides at 4512 William 
Pitt Lane, Virginia Beach. 



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Hospital Resident Graduate 



VIRGINIA BEACH-Thou^ little 
more than a year ofd, the General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach is proud 
to announce it has its first resi- 
dent graduate. Mrs. Jan Feazell 
received her 'Masters degrees from 
the OMedical College of Virginia on 
June 4 after completing her resi- 
dency in hospital administration at 
the local hospital. 

Now the hospital is losing her, 
as she will soon be associated with 
a hospital in Norfolk. But her hus- 
bmid, Samuel G. FeazeH, who also 
received his Masters degree the 
same time and from the same col- 
lege has been appointed as assis- 
tant administrator to Earl Willis. 

Jan was born in Johnson City, 
Tennessee and waj; educated there. 
She received her BS in Nursing at 
East Tennessee State College in 
1958. For three years she was the 
head nurse on the surgical floor of 
Johnson City Memorial Hospital, 
and from 1961 to 1984 was the Di- 
rector of Inservice Education and 
Volunteer Services. She got inter- 
ested in administration at that 
time. 

In September 1964 she began her 
studies at ^the Graduate School of 
Hospital Administration, and for 
the first year, it consisted mainly 
of classroom work on an academic 
level. The second year necessary to 
complete for her Masters was 
spent in residency, For six month* 
she was at King's Daughters in 
Norfolk and the past six months at 
the General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach. 

Hospital Administration is not a 
field chosen by many women and 
sometimes she wondered if she 
was right in her choice. "But it is 
such a fascinating profession, and 
everyone I have been associated 
with has been so helpful and kind", 
said Mrs. Feazell, "I have found 
it to be a most rewarding fieW." 
She was especially grateful to Mr. 
Willis who had studied the same 
field and knew many of the short- 
cut and especially details necess- 
ary for an administrator to learn. 



"His help has be«i invaluable." 

Being a husband and wife team 
in the same profession, the Feaz- 
ells were able to complete their 
studies and write their thesis and 
understand each other's problems 
better than most newly weds, "niey 
have been married for a year and 
met while at the Medical College 
of Virginia. 

Samuel Feazell was bom in 
Beckley. West Virginia and cwn- 
pleted his under graduate work at 
Concord College in Athens, W. Va. 
to receive his BS in business ad- 
ministration. He completed his res- 
idency at Norfolk General to get 
his Masters. 

While waiting for plans for her 
new post in Norfolk to be finalized, 
Jan Feazell will be at the General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach takmg 
on relief work for the vacationing 
nurses She was first of all an RN 
becoming a hospital administrator. 



Blue Tourney 

VIRGINIA BBACH-Anglers still 
have 11 days iij which to enter the 
3rd» Annual Norfolk- Virginia Beach 
Blue Fish Tournam«it which be- 
gan June 17. 

Tha contest, sponswed, as a pro- 
motion of the two cities is opened 
to anyone, resident or visitor alike. 

The tournament was begun in 
1964 by a small group of citizens 
and sponsors interested in furth- 
ering salt water sport fishing in 
Virginia. 

The fir-t tournament drew 583 
participants with 41 anglers com- 
ing from outside Virginia. The 
second annual event had 772 
participants of whom 171 were non- 
residents. 

During the course of the first 
two tournam^ts, thousands of 
bluefish weighing up to 16 pounds 
were caught and the prospects re- 
main g3^>ior this fishing success 
to continue. 

A small registration fee is re- 
quired for entry. 




L.\ST DAY OF RESIDENCY-Mrs. Jan Feazell cleans up her desk 
preparing for departure to her new positiob as an accredited hospital 
administrator. (Staff Photo by Padrick) • 



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By Jack Moore 

VIRGB'^ BEACH— The son of 
the "Rifleman" has become a ri- 
fleman d sorts since Dec«nber. 

Army private . Jdinny Crawford 
has beoi in the Army since Dec. 
21 <vhen he decided to join up in- 
steau of waiting to be drafted. 

Crawford sakl, "I was goii^ to 
be drafted so I , volunteered for 
two years." 

He received his basic training 
at Fort Bliss, Texas, and was sent 
to the Army Pictorial Center in 
Long Island, New York, after he 
got out of boot camp. There he 
was trained, not as an actor, but 
as a script clerk. He works with 
the director and assistant director 
on training films and finds it 
"quite an educational job." 

"I was lucky enough to be as- 
signed to sorhething I liked," 
Crawford said. He added that he 
didn't have a choice of assign- 
ments and coiBidered himself 
very fortunate. 

TTie 20-year-old soldier began 
his acting career at the age of 
three, but it was not until six 
years later that he got his first 
big break. He was signed to a con- 
tract with the Mousketeers but 
his option was dropped three 
months later. "I was a has-been 
at nine," Crawford laughed. 

Crawford said he started on the 
"Rifleman" television series in 
1958 when he was 11 and worked 
on that show for five years before 
it went off the network and into 
^mdication. 

After his tenure with the series 
ended he went to Hollywood Pub- 
lic High School and finished his 
secondary education. 

Crawford was filming a western 
called "Eldarado" starring John 
Wayne and Robert Mitchum when 
he got his "Greetings from the 
President of the United States." 
The film is expected to be released 
sometime this fall. /-— 

The Army Pictorial Center is 
located in the old Paramount 
studios which were sold to the 
Army in the late '30's. It is tiie 
largest sound stage on the en- 
tire east coast. 

The young actor has been in 
only a few scenes since his en- 
listment because the Army pre- 
fers to use actual soldiers, not 
professional actors in its training 
films. 

Crawford said he did not real- 




JOHNNY CRAWFORD, holding the Bcript book, goes over up-coming 
scenes from a training film being shot at Fort Story. 

(Staff Photo by Moore) 



William Garland Kellam is one 
among 96 candidates to receive 
baccalaureate degrees at Presby- 
terian College's 85th Commence- 
ment exercises on May 29. The 
son of Mr. and Mrs. William P. 
Kellam of 110 44th Street is a can- 
didate to receive a bachelor of 
science degree in Business Admin- 
istration. While at Presbyterian 
College, Kellam has been a mem- 
ber of Theta Chi social f.'-aternity 
and a member of the golf team. 
He has been a letterman aH four 
years and for the last two years 
was Number 1 man on the team, 
this year hefcing to bring a State 
Championship victory to the col- 
lege. 



ize how importaiA training films 
were until his basic training. "Dur- 
ing the first week at Fort Bliss 
we did notiiing but wafch movies", 
he said. "They showed more nao- 
vies down there than they do in a 
year at Graumman's Chinese The- 
ater." 

There will not be much advance- 
ment for Crawford during his short 
stay with the Army, but he could 
possibly attain the position of as- 
sistant director before his tour of 
duty is up. 

Asked what he will do when he 
gets out of the Army, Crawford 
replied. "Try to get some work." 

'He said he tbou^t a career like 
that of Gary Cooper's would be 
an ideal one. Cooper did 90 films 
and played every type of char- 
acter imaginable. Crawtod said 
he wanted to be a versatile actfNT. 



Certainly he is versatile. He has 
released 15 singles and five record 
albums. He likes calf-roping as 
his favorite sport. 

As a singer Crawford said he 
likes all kinds of music— country 
and western, ballads. Broadway 
show tunes, popular and, last but 
not least, chorale work. 

This is his second trip to a lo- 
cation and while they are here 
the unit is filming a film on the 
Lark-€0, the world's largest am- 
phibious assault craft. The APC 
turns out aboiit 100 films a year 
but the young clerk will only be 
involved with a portion of those 
each year. 

Asked how he liked the Army, 
Crawford said, "Well, here I am 
on the sandy shores of Virginia 
Beach. I wouldn't be here if it 
hadn't been for the Army." 



Capt.Jim'sTlPSfor 

SAFE BOATING j^ 



BY JIM KERRICK.SAFETY OFFICER 
Virginia Commistioii of Game ami Inland FiaheriM 



YOUR LIFE PRESERVER 

Each year lives are lost in the field of recreational boating du3 to the 
lack of life preservers. A life preserver is an important, if not the most 
importa.-it piece of equipment on board your boat. The size of tlie boat 
does not dictate whether or not a lifesaving device is required, but the 
law does state that each person on board any vessel must have an ap- 
proved lifesaving device readily recessible. A preserver should be re- 
ties must not be weakened by rot or tears. 

Your life preservers should be checked to determine if the kapok 
and fibrous glass inserts have a plastic covering. If not, the preservers 
are not acceptable. The covering material as weil'l as the straps or 
ties must not be weake ned by rot or tears. 

The approval tab must be attached to the preserver and this tab is 
not transferable from one preserver to another. 

A ski be't is not an approved lifesaving device. A skier may use a 
ki belt ^hile skiing, however there must be an approved lifesaving 
device on board the towing vessel for the skier at all times., 

Use common sense and keep yourlife preservers in good condition 
and readily accessible at all times. 

Life has a greater value tiian any life preserver, yet having one 
ha.idy may save your life. , 



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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 23, 1966 



• LfGAL NOTICES 



• ilO/M. NOTICE 

TRUSTEE'S SALE 

PURSUANT to the terms <rf a 
cetain deed of trust to C R. Bry- 
ant and W. Shepherd Drewry, Jr., 
Thist^s, dated August 31, 1964, 
and rworded in the Clerk's Office 
of tile Circuit Court of the City 
of Vii|}inia ©each, Virginia, in 
Deed Bods. Kl, page 965, default 



• lEQAlNOTICB 

having been made in the payment 
of the debt thereby secured, and 
at the requeft of the creditor se- 
cured, the undersigned Trustees 
will sell at public auction for cash, 
at the front door of tlie Princess 
Anne Plaza Office erf the Virginia 
National Bank, located at 3333 
Virginia Beach iBoulevard. Virgin- 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

ia Beach. Virginia, on July 26, 
1966, at 12:00 noon, the fotiowing 
property, to-wit: 

All those certain lots, pieces or 
parcels of land, together with the 
buildings and in^rovements* there- 
on, located in Lynnhaven Borough, 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, known, numbered and des- 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

— M l — I .1 I I. — - ■ - —- » 

ignated as Lots 18 and 23, "Barto 
Heights", which plat is duly re- 
corded in Map Book 54, page 46, 
in the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit tourt of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, to which rrfer- 
ence is made for a more particu- 
lar description. 

Lot Eighteen will be sold sub- 



ject to a prior deed of trust to 
John Marshall, et al. Trustees, 
dated May 4, 1983, recorded in 
Deed Book 779, page 412, in the 
original sum of $11,850.00, which 
has been reduced to the approra- 
mate balance of $11,500.00 

Lot Twenty-three will be sold 
siAject to a second deed of trust 
to P. W. Ackiss, Trustee, dated 
May 8, 1963. recorded in Deed 



LEGAL NOTICES 



Book 761, page 196, in the sum of 
$4,165.00, including interest to 
July 8. 1966. 

Lot Twenty-three will be sdd 
subject to a first deed of trust to 
Wm. P. Dickson, Jr., Trustee, dJrt. 
ed Septetnber 5, 1962, recorded in 
Deed Book 746, page 586, in the 
sum of $8,765.00, including inter- 
est to July 19. 1966. 

TERSftS OF SALE: CASH. 



LEGAL NOTICES 




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skeptical 

about A^P brand 
canned vegetables? 

Incredible! 

They're all Grade "A'J you know, and labeled so. 

Bet you don't know another brand that is. 

Grade "A". . . that's the best. You can't buy better. . 

You're still not sure? 

Tell you what .. . 

this week, buy a can of A&P Whole Small Green Beans. 

Picked at a precise tender age, they are simply deliciouSL 

You think this is just advertising talk ? 

Try them. 

You'll get your money back if 

you don't think they're the best you ever tasted. 

Is this a good reason for shopping A&P? It's one of many. 

/ P; S. If you'«j not a string bean VoY^ir, ' *" ~ 

pick any A& P Brand Canned Vegetable. 
As we said, they 'rq all Grade "A". . . 
all absolutely, unconditionally guaranteed. 



COPYRtGHT ® 1966. THE GREAT ATUtNTIC £ MCtFit TEA CO., mC. 



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SLAB BACON 
BOLOGNA 



A&P's Fin«st . . . 
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BMle's 

Smoked 

By The Piece 



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PORK CHOPS 



Smoked 
Center Cat 

CUBED STEAKS '^tH^ 



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lb. 
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BOILED HAM 



"Super-Rijht" 6-«i. 



Sliced 

SMOKED BEEF "«T,^;?r'" ^It^^ 

SLICED BACON McSweeney "kt 

GROUND CHUCK '^"•"""'"" ,*. 
CHICKEN LIVERS *""* n.. 
TURKEY BREAST V?e^ie' ib. 



I9e 

25e 
99e 
99e 
69e 
$1.00 
69c 
69e 
59c 
89c 



L. 53c 



CUT FROM OUR FINEST! FRYER 

LEGS THIGHS 

CUT FROM OUR FINEST! FRYER 

BREASTS »^59c 

AGAR CANNED 

HAMS «CA« ^ 



49 



PORK LIVER 
BEEF LIVER 



SHced Lb. 39c 

siieed Lb. 49c 



Delightful Frozen Foods! 



MIX OR AAATCH 'EM 
A&P. . . CrADE "A" CUT or FR^NCHED 

GREEN BEANS »t 

A&P . . . GRADE "A" 

10-OL 
PK&. 



FROZEN FOOD SALE 



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GREEN PEAS 

A&P . . . GRADE "A" MIX 

VEGETABLES 




Plcgs. 



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10-OZ. 
PK6. 



LESSER QUANTITIES SOLD AT THEIR 
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NO CASH GAMES, NO GIMMICKS . . . JUST DOWN-TO-EARTH LOW PRICES 
AT A&P THAT WINS YOU CASH SAVINGS EVERYDAY ... WE CARE! 



CANTALOUPES 

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JUMBO WESTERN . . . PINK 

MEAT . . . SWEET AS HONEY! 

SIZE 27's 

NONE PRICED HIGHER! 




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A4P . . . G«AOE "A" WHOLE KERNEL GOLDEN 

CORN 2 ' ^i"- 39c 

A&P . . . GRADE "A" CUT GREEN 

BEANS 

ANN PAGE PEACH, PINEAPPLE or APRICOT 

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ANN PAGE . . . BARBECUE 



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Ox. Bottle 



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CORN 

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ORANGES 
PLUMS 
LIMES 
LEMONS large 

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.h. 29c 
4 for 29e 

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CHEESE 
59' 



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COFFEE 

BRIGHT SAIL . . . LIQUID 

BLEACH 

SULTANA . . . STRAWBERRY > 

PRESERVES 

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COMPARE THIS PRICE ON CLAPP'S 

BABY FOODS 

STRAINED 

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Mild 



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"iJJ 49c 



SUNNYFIELD RICH CREAMERY 

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lONA . . . REALLY FINE ^ 

TOMATOES 

41 -lb. CRc 
Cans %0%^ 

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MIX or MATCH "EM SALE ON CAMPBBl'S 

SOUPS 

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VEGETABLE BEEF, CHICKEN HOODIE. CMCOK 

RICE, CHICKEN VEGETAH.E, MUSHIOOM 
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TISSUE 

A&P . . . BRiouns OF 

CHARCOAL 

PIILSBURY FLAKE STYLE 

BISCUITS 

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DEPOSIT REQUIHED: 1100.00. 
C. R. Bryant and W. Shepherd 
Drewry, Jr., Trustees 

6 23 ST 



COMMONWEALTH OF VDIGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 20th day of June, 
1966. 

PHYLLIS A^fN WAGIffiR. 
Plaintiff, 
against 

SAMtPEL 0. WAGNER. 
Defendant. 

Order of Publioatlmi 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a meitsa et thoro 
to later be merged into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii, from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affadavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a noft-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post, of- 
fice address being: HQ DET. 10 
Trans. Bn. APO. San Francisco, 
California, 93312, it is orcfered that 
he do appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication herejf, 
and do what may be necessary 
to protect his mterest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Narman Hedit p.q. 
Plaza One 

Norfolk, Virginia 6 23 4T 

. i^ . 

VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuit Coah of the City 
of Virginia Beach on the 20tii day 
of June, 1966, 

IN CHANCERY 
JOHN r; SCOTT, Complainant, 

vs. 
SPENCER L. SCOTT, Jr., et als. 

Defendants. 

Order of Publication 

The object of this suit is to ef- 
fect partition amongst the owners, 
by sale or otherwise, of the here- 
inafter described rial property sit- 
uate in the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, of whic'h Spencer L. 
Scott, Sr. died seized and possess, 
ed; the said property being de- 
scribed as follows: 

All that certain tract of land, 



• IBQAl NOTICES _ 

aituated in the Qty of Virginia 
Beadi (formerly Princess Anne 
County). State of VirginW, Lot 
Number Eighteen <18», contain- 
ing three and thirty-one one- 
Wadredths (3.31) acres, and Lot 
NunAer Mneteen (19), contain- 
ing two and twenty-five one- 
hundredths (2.25) acres, and 
designated in Block 1 on the 
revised plat, survey made for 
the Benjamin Gimbert property 
on Holliid Road, Princess Anne 
County, Virginia, dated Febru- 
ary 8, ufeo, C. R. Mclntire. C.E., 
and further described and known 
as Holland Terrace and Adja- 
cent Properties, which plat is 
duly recorded in the CleHc's Of- 
fice of the Circuit Court of the 
Cky of Virgmia Beach, Virgin- 
ia; said property being of Hie 
location and dimensions as 
^cwn on said plat, to which 
reference is hereby made for a 
more particular description. 
And an affadavit having been 
made that Delmo S. Henderson, 
Grace S. Tucker, Delores S. Plum- 
mer, Dorothy S. Brown, Evelyn 
S. Mundy and Sandra Strong (Jod- 
ley are not residents of this State. 
IT IS ORDERED that the said 
non-resident defendants, namely, 
Dehno S. Henderson, Grace S. 
Tucker, Delores S. Plummer, Do?- 
othy S. Brown, Evelyn S. Mundy 
and Sandra Strong Godley, do ap- 
pear witiiin ten days after due pub- 
lication of this order and do what 
is necessary to protect their in- 
terests. 

IT IS FURTip:R ORDERED 
that the foregoing portion of this 
order be published once a week 
for four successive weeks in Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun, a newspaper 
published in the City of Virginiii 
Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 

6 23 4T 

Too Late to Classify 

Lost— Dark blue parakeet. 28th & 
Atlantic. Call 428-8076. 

6 23 IT 




MR. AND MRS. ROY V. DUDLEY of ,605 Arctic Ave. were "at h«ne" 
on June 9 for the celebration of their Golden Wedding Anniversary. 
More than SO friends and relatives stopped hi to honor the couple wli« 
were married oh June 9, 1916. Among Uie guests were two of theh- sons, 
Roy V. Dudley, Jr. and Whifred Dudley, and their famiUes. 




MRS. ETHEL OTTINGER, Oe new president ^ the Ladles AuxiUary. 
B.P.O.E. 2268, Vh-ginla Beach, will conduct her tint meeting, at 8 p.m.. 
Monday, June 27. The meethig n^ts have been changed to Uie fourth 
Monday <rf each month. Hie meetings are held at the EUu' Lodge. 



Reunion Planned 



TIDEWATER — Plans are now 
being made to hoki a reimion of 
members of Company "D" and 
the UOth Ambulance Conpany, 
Virginia National Guard. 

B will be beki on Saturday eve- 
ning. August 6 and wives of mem- 
bers are invtted to attaid. 



Interested parties are requested 
to contact Harry H. Russell St., 
549 Summers Drive, NoiioUc, V«. 
Russell's telet^KHie msnber it 
8S6-6aoi. 

Personal contacts a^ady mads 
indicate a ku^e attendance. 



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ONE OF THE MARCHING UMTS PASSES in review as Army Na- ^^-^lEiiAL BOOTH IN HIS CAPACITY as Adjutant Geneial o. Virg.nin 
tlonal Guard jet planes from Richmond roar overhead In a fly-over. presents Governor Godwin with t'.e National Guard s highest anard. the 

D'stinguished Service Award. 




THE KEVIEWING PARTY AT CAMP PENDLETuN consisted ot: iam F. Train. R«ar Admiral James S. Dietz. Major General Francis ! 
(Uft to right) Virginia Governor Mills E. Godwin. Jr., Major Gen- S. Greenlicf. Major General Archibald A. Sproul. Brig-General Mar- 
eral Paul M. Booth. Lt. General Harvey II. Fischer. Lt. General Will- vin T. Ball. Jr. and Brig General Edward M. Hudglns. 



GOVERNOR PRESENTED M^DAL 



Va National Guard Ceremonies 
For Governor's Day Impressive 



VIRGINIA BEAOH- About a 
thousand persons from all over 
Virginia crowded into the review- 
ing stands at Camp Pendleton 
Saturday for Governor's Day Cer- 
«nonies. The overflow crowd stood 
near the stands at the parade 
grounds. The slightly threatening 
weather may have kept the atten- 
dance lower than in previous 
years. 

A large number of Virginia 
Beach officials and residents were 
in the crowd which watched the 
hour-long ceremonies. The event 
had something for everyone. . . 
a band, marching units, military 
weaponry exhibits, helicopters, 
small airplanes, a fly-over by jet 
aircraft and all the pomp which 
surrounds an import^t military 
oerenony. 

After the event, a mimber of 
gue^, including municipal offi- 
cers from across Virginia w«^ 
the guests of the National Guard 
gt a luncheon. 
'< 

Although he did not take part in 
any official capacity, U. S. Sen- 
ator A. Willis Robeson attended 
the ca'cmonies and luncheon at 
Camp Pendleton before making 
two major addresses that after- 
noon and evmi^ in Virgma 
Beach. 





Governor Godwin received the 
Virginia Distinguished Service 
Medal today as he paid his first 
official visit to the State Military 
Reservation for the annual "Gov- 
ernors Day" ceremonies staged 
by the Virginia Naticnal Guard. 

The State's hi^est award— un- 
announced until the Governor 
stood with the reviewing party on 
the parade field— cited the com- 
mander-in-chief "for outstanding 
service to Virginia over a period 
of many years, including dynamic 
leaderihip as the Chief Executive 
of the Commonwealth, in recogni- 
tion of a continuing demonstration 
of those qualities of character 
treasured by military and civilian 
officials alike, in tribute to a pub- 
lic servant who has given liber- 
ally of his time and great talents 
lo the promotion of the public 
good, thereby reflecting utmost 
credit not only upon the offices he 
has held but upon the Common- 
wealth of Virginia." 

Major General Paul M. Booth, 
the Virginia adjutant general, 
made the |»-esentation with the 
unanimous approval of the State 
Military Board. Announconent of 
the award chmaxed a review in 
which approximately 2.800 troops 
from all sectioos of Vir^nia por- 
ticjpated. 



The medal was the first of two 
{wesentations to the Governor to 
day. From Lt. Col. Jame=; D 
Sink, cf Roanoke, president of the 
Virginia National Guard Associa- 
tion, he received a life member- 
ship in the association, which rep 
r^ents all the officers of the Vir- 
ginia army and air National 
Guard. 

Tlie Governor had a hand in 
the only other award of the day. 
He presented to 2nd U. Charles 
C. Floyd, of Pcrtsmauth, the Ei- 
senhower trophy which went to 
Headquarters and Headquarters 
Battery, 4th Battalion, lllth Artil- 
lery for proficiency in training 
during 1965. The battery mans a 
Nike Hercules site, which is one 
of those in the Hampton Roads 
area defense. 

Runners-i^ for the wveted tro- 
phy were ^ttery B, 1st Battalion, 
246th Artillery, commanded by 
Capt. Donald C Jones of Fa-.n 
viDe; Company C, 1st Battalion, 
llCth Armor, commanded by Capt 
Roy M. Wine of Har-isonburg; 
Headquarters and Headquarters 
(ktactiment. 128th Signal Battal- 
kffl. commanded by Capt Billy 
E. Reinon of Norfolk; and Com- 
pany A. 2nd Battalktn, LUth In- 
faikiy, coirananded l^ Capt. 
llMinat E. Wood of Charkjttsvilk. 

The dMko to tbe Govenior. 



read to the troops and visitors 
here for the day's ceremonies, re- 
called Mr. Godwin's numerou.s 
public offices, his civic and bus- 
iness activities, and declared that 
"in retrospect. Governor Gcdwin'.s 
whole career has been dedicated i 
to public service." | 

Planes of the 149th Tactical ; 
Fighter Squadron. Virginia Air ! 
National Guard, staged a jet fly- 
by a' a part of the salute to their 
commander-in-chief, and the 29th 
.Aviation Battalion put on an aer- 
ial demonstrction as the conclud- 
ing feature of the military display. 

The reviewing party, in addi- 
tion to the Governor, included: 
General Booth, Lt. Gen. Harvey 
H. Fischer, deputy commandw. 
Continental Army Command, Ft. 
Monroe, Lt, Gen. William F. 
Train, Commanding General. First 
Army. Ft. Meade, Md , Rear Ad- 
miral James S. Dietz. Command- 
ing Officer, Naval Supply Certer, 
Norfolk, Major Gen Francis S 
Greenlief, D^uty Chief. National 
Guard Bureau, Washington, Major 
«en. Archibald A. Sproul. C<Mn- 
•nanding General, 29th Irrfantry 
Division, Staunton, Brigadier Gen 
Marvin T Ball. Jr . Commanding 
Gt-neral, KTTth Artillery Brigade, 
Sand^on, Brigadier Gen. Edward 
M. Hudgins, Post Commando-, 
Richmond, and yeutenant Fkiyd. 



Vmoinu Beacn Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 23,1966 



SECTION B 




A CLOSE UP REVIEW OF THE TROOPS WAS .,ADE by jeep by Governor Godwin. General Booth and General Fischer. The color 
guard for the ceremonies Is at right. 



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Pag«2-B 



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The Story Of Rabies 




WHAT TO DO IF BITTCN BY A 
SUSPECTED RABID ANIMAL 

t. 'ifl animal b.tes should be im- 
mctfistdy and tbdrougi^y w^^ed 
with soap and water. 

1. Consult a fhysician or repcrt 
to the local health dqiartment for 
aivkt. 

1 Do 1x4 IcKl the b'tii^; ssamal 
ui^ess absalutely necessary. If Uie 
antmal is klBcd in th? early rtagcs 
of rabies, the brain exafninati(»i 
may show no e^'idance of Uie cK- 
sease I'N^n Bodissi. 

4. If for aay rea-on the animal 
is kiOed, care should be taken not 
to dioot thrau^ or dami^ the 

5. Capture the biting animal and 
keep it poBied up for 10 days. If 
it remans weB <hring the period 
tiie anonal was not rabid at tin» 
of bitHig. Whraever possSiie, it 
^laidd be placed under the diser- 
vaftion ci a vstermarian. 

6. If the bitaig anana! dxsap- 
pears, the bitten perswi shoiAi re- 
port to his phv'sician for advice as 
to treatment. 

GcMral CiMilnil— Measnret 
&iee it concents public hesjth, 
igrkvAural econcHny imd wildlife 
cotBerratian, tfie coirtrol d rabies 
mv^v«s the co-op«-aticm of the 
health department. &e veterinar- 
ian, livestock owners, iiie wikDife 
coBserviftlan aothwities. dog own- 
ers, sportsnan, and an informed 

SUK SergMiit Robol Scott, son 
tt Mermi E. Scott of 1104 Sandra 
Lak, is now in Vietnam in the 
fl^ against Cksmmunist a^res- 
^oa. Sergeant SctM. k an aer> 
medkal tedmician in the Pacifi; 
Air Forces whidi provides offen- 
sive^efensive airpower for the 
U.S. and its allies in the Pacific. 

Far East and Southeast Asia. 

* * * 

Airman Charles D. Carraway, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. 
Carraway of 577 Longfellow' ave., 
has been selected for training at 
Keesler AFB. Mis5., as an Air 
Force radar operator. 



SeusA local rtbies cortrDl prac- 
twes in Virginia Btach are based 
on the foUc«Tng broad princi;des: 

1. Mass immunization of dogs 
this should be carried cut in an 

intensified manner on a schedule 
which will aim at the vaccinal 3n 
of afl owned dags within the i^bit- 
esl peritKl of time. 

2. Elaiiination of al! stray dogs 
Obvioasdy nr.ass i.Timmzation 

will not reach the stray or owner- 
less d<^, which remains as a po- 
tential threat in transmission of 
rabies. An efficiently conducted 
program requires the operation of 
a local pourd or humane shelter 
where stray animals may be kept 
for a few days. 

Next week; Control Measuurra. 



The "Y" Of It 




Scrta DirtaR begins in July. 
July 11 at Vm Pool, Uttle Credc 
AiiH)hitrious Base. Class tmes are 
Monday, Wednesday and Fridays 
from 7:30-9:30 p.m. until Aug- 
vet 19th. Cla^ qualifications are 
as Mows: 

Students most be able to swim 
Vimile (440 yards) usit^ sUe 
strxAe, breast stroke, dementary 
back stroke and front crawl 
str<*e; underwater swim (SO ft.), 
tread water, and float witii mini- 
mum effDrt. Y membership is nec- 
e.=s3ry for all participants. Teen- 
agers and adults. minLTium age 
15 years. $20.00 includes scuja 
tanks and reguiators. Lecture ses- 
sions will be at the Beach VWCA 
office. .\ll students must have a 
statement frcm ti:e dcctor saying 
they may participate in scuba div- 
ing classes where they will be 
exposed to underwater pressures 
at depths of 30—40 feet. 



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JEWISH 



BETHCL METH0DI8T CBIIRCH 

Princ'eM Anne 
Roy R. Jaekjon. Pwtor 



TABEBNACLB HETR0DI8T CRVBCH 

Princea Anne. Vtrrinls 
Bot>ert H. Garner. Hinlater 



,\K\C.OM.\ ».\rTI.«T t'Hl KCH 

No* Mm-Iui'.- Ill Ijiuisc Liixluni 
Ei^'nit'ltlarA- S* tiuol 
N. (■. Clifiuii. I'a^tcir 

B.%VSinK BAPTIST ( HI RCH 

14hO HlfaMirt" Hii'in' Vu\. 
J;iniPii V. DcFdc. I'a^ilor 

BK.\(HL.\VtN B.%I'TIST CHI RCH 

9th aiid Me<J. Avenue 
Grt)rt,e WolU'lt, Jr., Minister 



B.\YSIDB CMRI»<TI.\!« CHI'RCIi 

I Contrrerational) 
Shore Drive and Grpenwell Ru.i(l 

Earl L. Farrell. MiniKlpr 

DUMOND HPKINflH ( HBISTI.\I( 

rHVBl-H 

Diiirlplni ol Chri»l 

670(1 W. Haden Road 

G. Uaviil Shretve*. Pfiitor 



LYiniHAVBS COLONY INITED 
rni BTH 

(Consrrcrational Christian) 

Great Nei* R<1. near Shiirc Drive 

The Rev. Tho. H. Britton 



TRMPLB BMANUAL 

25th and Baltic. Va. Beach 
Pliilip PlnciU. Rabti 



CHABITT METHODIST CHITBCH 

Back Bay. Virginia 
Le«Ue E. Grace, Minister 



THAUA 1IBTHODI8T CHtTBCR 

Pine Ave. and Va. Beach Blvd. 
William L. Aaher, Paetor 



LUIBERAN 



COMMCHITY METHODIST CRTJBCB 

Acredale — KempaviUe 
Rev. John L. Kibler. Jr. 



8AI.EH METHODIST CHUBCH 

Princcti Anne, Virvinla 
Emory S. Eltmore. MiniSiter 



BIBLE BAPTIST ( IH RCH 

Groenwell Rd. and Lakt-view Dr. 

Bayslde. Va. 

Rev. David Moore. Pantor 



BLACKWATEB ItAPTlST miRCB 

Rev. 5ali>h L. Horn 



Sl'BlRBAN (HRISTIAN CHl'BCH 

111 Lohuuirh Avcn'ie 
Bev. J. Frederick Parker 



CHURCH Q¥ CHRIST 



CHl'RCH OF CHRIST 

1480 Va. Bea;f;h Blvd. Oceana 
Roy N. Wilson. Minister 



OCEAN PAIUi OOMMIXITY 
cat RCH 

C'.ront Cinle. Bayside. Va. 
Piiul E. McCiillouph, Th.M. 



CARROW BAPTIST (HVRCH 

Rev. Gary B. Thompson 



COBXraiSTOHfc BAPTIST 

I Conservative Baptist) 
Rev. Parker Young: 
220 Re«l Tide Roa<l 



KALA CHrBCH OF CHRIST 

Creeds. Virginia Beach. Virginia 
W. T. Weaver. Minister 



TIBfilXIA BEACH COMMINITT 
CHAPEL 

Laskin Rd.. Liakhom Bay 
Bev. Richard Woodward, Pastor 



EP£9C0PAL 



EASTEBH SHORE CHAPEL 

B. Sidney Sanders, Rector 



EMAMJAL LCTHEBAB CHCBCH 

Lynn Shore Drive at Virrinla Beach 
Kenneth A. Price, Paator 



FOUNDRY METHODIST CHl'RCH 

Va. Beach Blvd.. LynnhaVen 
William H. Aeocta, Minister 



EVANGELICAL J.CTHKBAN CHCBCH 
or THB GOOD SHEPHERD 

1486 Lturitin Soad 
Rev. Dickson W. Taylor 



FBANCIS ASBUBY MKTHODIST 
CHURCH 

Great Neck Road 
LeRoy Davis. Minister 



OCR SAVIOR'S LUTHBKAV 
CHCRCH 

Baylahe Pines. Bayaide ' 
Kenneth R. Carbaurh, Pastor 



HATOOOD MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

4713 Hayrood Road 
Robert F. Bry«n, Pastor 



RMMAMEL EPISCOPAL CHL'RCH 

2.13 Bowman Road 
Rev. Leonard R. Graves, Jr. 



OCEAIIA CHl'RCH OF CHRIST 

1460 Virirlnia Beach Blvd. 
Roy Wilson, Pastor 



FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Beai-h Blvd.. NorJolt 
Frod M. Farlss. Pastor 



GALILEE EPISCOPAL CHUBCH 

4nth and Pacific 
Tlie Rev. E<lmund Berktiey, Rector 



FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHI SCH 

419 Glenrook Road, Norfolk 
Rev. Charles T. Heniirn kn 



FIRST BAPTIST CHUBCH 

35lh 9t. at Holly Rd. 
H. WadcU Waters. Pastor 



FIRST COLONIAL BAPTIST CHl'RCH 

George Ti Stallinsrs, Pastor 



FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH 

14li5 Oceana Boulevard 
T. J. Tnirle. Pastor 



KiaiFHVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

7720 Priniees Anne Rd. 
Charles H. Jones. Pastor 



PEMBROKE MANOR UNITED 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 

(Conirreprational Christian) 

2!*:^Unir« in Pembroke Manor 

Elenicnlarj- Svhool 

Bev. Carl T. Daye 



CnURCH OF GOD 



ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

Vinrinia Beach Bouleviird 

I'lBst Lane — Ocivina 

Be . Samuel D. Bieli-r. Jr. 

CHURCH OF COD 

020 14th Street 

Bobby B. Sams. Pastor 



OLD DONATION EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

449 Witch Duck Road, Bayside 



P,r. AIDEN'S EI'ISCOPAL CHUBCH 

Kind's Grant Rd. and Edinbiir? Drive 
Rev. L, J. Ta.vlor, Jr., Vicar 



PRINCE OF PBA'.B LUTHERAN 

nsvRca 

(Missouri Syood) 

424 Ring's Grant Road 

Rev. J. Elmer Medlqs.. Fiastor 



NAZARENB' 



OCE.\NA CHURCH OF THB 
NAZARENK 

S. Court House Bd.. Oceana 
Paul R. Aldrich. Paator 



SNOTTS ISLAND BiKTHODIST 
CHURCH 

Knotts Island, N. C. 
Robert C. Blitck. Minister 



L(«IBS METHODIST CHURCH 

6660 Vlririnia Bek* Blvd. 
B^, C. Katon Gray 

LYNNHAVEN METHODIST CHURCH' 

Little N«ck Roaa 
Bev. Olfiar V. Rodrlguea 



VIRGINIA BEACH METHODIST 
CHURCH 

307 18th Street 
Bev. Beverly Pelty 

PENTECOSTAL 



PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 

16tb St. and Baltic Ave. 
Elwood Kern, Pastor 



PRESBTTERIAN 



BAVSIDB PRBraTTEBIAN CHURCH 

Hoar Robbing Corner 
Rev. J. E. Johnson. Pastor 



BOW CRBBR PRBSBYTERUN 
CHURCH 

Roaemont Road and Plaza Trail 
Wentz J. Miller, Minister 



HIMMO METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne. Tirflnla 
Emory S. Ellmore, Minister 



CALVARY PRBSBYTERIAN CHURCH 

First St.. Otenrock. Norfolk 
E, Crowell Cooley, Pastor 



ST. FRANCIS- EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

500 Rosemont Ro.id 
Tlje Rev. Clayton E. Criirircr. Vi<-ar 



FRIENDS 



FKIKNDS MKKTING 

(CJuakcr) 
I.a;ikiii Ro^ul 



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BAYLAKE METHODIST CHURCH 

Shore Dr. at Treasure Island Dr. 

In Bayside 

Raymond E. Musser. Minister 



PLAZA METhOPIST CHURCH 

208 Pkiza Trail 
H«)<berl G. Hubbe, Pastor 

SCOTT MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

400 First Colonial «, Road 
Rev. H. Wark Curry, Pastor 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCtI 

1200 Aragona Boulevard 
M. Bland Dudley. Minister 



nBST PRBSBYTratlAN CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 36th St. 
John S. Lyles. Pyt>tor 



BEECV GROVE METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
4los B. JiMJu<)U. Pastor 



ST. MARK A.M.E. CHURCH 

Oceana 
BvT. D, P. Fellon. Pastor 



KBMI'SVILLE I'RF^iBVTERIAN 
CHURCH 

620 Kcm]>,-vllle Road 
J. L. Coi>poK>k, PaHlor 



KING'S CSRANT BAPTIST CHAPEL 

Mecttmr In Kinirston Elementary School 
W. Glenn Tallanl. Pastor 



MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

L. Warren Chase. Pastor 




OAK GROVE BAPTIST mUKCIt , 

B.ick Ba.v. Virciiiia 
Alvin St. Clair, Pastor 




KINGS GRANT PRK.SBYTEKIAN 
CHURCH 

743 Little No. U Road 
Rajniond C. Flitton, I'aslor 



LYNNHAVEN PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Lynnliavcn Villaire 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, Jr. 



PRINJKSS AXNK FRKKWILL 
BAPTIST t'HI'Kril 

141. ■> fti-eana Hlvd. 
t. J. Tiiiclc. I'aslor 



PKimE.SS ANNE I'l.AZA BAPTIST 
CHIRCH 

2I.'> U(is..|iii.iit Kii.id 
Rev. Mchin Hufhc.^), I'aslor 

ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST (III S( II 

Pniii'cs* Atuir Court House 
Ri'v. itriiic n. I'lrkiiis. Ristor 



I-ONDOX RKIIXIE B.VI'TIST (III Kill 

'.orKlori liri.ltrc. Viil'imi i 
(i. KilwanI lliu'hi'.s. I'.isior 



TIIAI.IA LYNN BAPTIST (III Kill 

Va. Hc.ii h HIvcl. aMioinin- Princess 

Hit-h S.-liool 

Kcv. Hnli.Tl N. Wallace 

IIKST BAITIST (IIIKCII 

I..viinhavcii 
Rev, Mrlvui U. B(M)iip«. ikihlor 



VMUH KKMPMVn.l.K BAPTIST 
< HI K( II 

Rev. S. Ij. S^'<>:i. iM^tor 



LITTLE I'INKV (JR<»t E BAPTIST 
CHlRt II 

CreeeU — Rev, J. M. Hall, pi.stor 

BIG PINKV GRO\ K BAPTIST 
CHIR( II 

Prin<*ess .\nne 
Rev. RiHlfcr Sirpl. pa..-lor 



"Let this mind he in you, which was also in Christ Jesm" 

— PhilipiHans 2:5 



Have you ever given thought 
to the expression which points 
out that "what you think you 
are"? 

Think happy thoughts and 
your attitude toward life is cer- 
tain to be brighter and cheer- 
ful. Look for gloom and you 
will find it. 

It follows that our life be- 
comes enriched when we turn 
our thoughts to God, when wo 
^eep in mind the high example 
of the dedicated life of Christ 
upon earth. 

Keep God in your life, every 
day. 



THALIA TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

430 Thalia Road 
Sidney D. Crane, Minister 



.MDKNINt. STAR BAPTI.ST < III KCU 

Rc\ . t;. L. Pariicr, p.t.stor 




WYCLIFFE PRESRYTiailAN CMlRCil 

John B. Dey Elem. School 
J. Stanton Blain, Pastor 



ROMAN CATHOtJC 



STAR OF THE SEA CATHOLIC 
CHURCH 

14lli St, and Arcllc Oirc-ln 
Rev. Francis V. Bambrick 



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GRF^iORV THE GREAT 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

7'J71 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Rev. Flavian Yelinko, 0.8. B. 

Rev. Paschal Knelp, O.S.B, 



ST. MATTHEWS CATHOLIC CHU2*!- 

1010 Sandra Lane, V«, Be^wh.^ 
Father O'Hara, Father Findlay • 



HT. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHUKU 

844 Little Nok Road T 

CHRISTIAN SCIEN^^ 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, 
SCIENTIST 

200 80th Street 



EBENKZKK BAPTIST ( HI Kt H 

Riv. (J, ],. Parker, jMstor 



ST. JOHN A..M.E. CHURCH 

liiivis <orner 
Rev. J. (■ Faiiiitleroj-. pastor 




BRETHRE.V 



GRACE RKKTIIRKX CHIRCH 

Gicit Nei U al Hilllop 
A. Harold .\rriiigton. Paster 



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VIROINM BEACH - Real e^te 
■^el^Kr David I. Uvine has filed 
MJ ap^lctrtion with the City Plann- 
ing *Ooninission in a move to con- 
vert whart was Seaview Beach into 
a llOHnfflion-phis resort center. 

The site is nnade up of 120 acres 
and is located on both sides on 
Sh(w« Drive. It is bounded on tiie 
north by Chesapeake Bay, on the 
south by Long Crecic, on the west 
of Beech Street and on the west by 
Great Neck Road. 

The planning commission will 
hear the use permit and rezoning 
application at its July 13 public 
hearing. 

■Rje project will include: 

• Five hotels along Seaview 
Beach that will have 2,500 rooms 
and wffl cost ribout $40 million. 

• A series of 1,600 high-rise 
apartRMita on circular canals 
(Muth A)t of Shore Drive) which 
wli cort an Mtimated $30 million. 

• A |16 million recreation cen- 
. ter. 

• A shopping center. 

• A parking building with a 
heliport constructed on top. 

• A private dub, luxury marina 
and a fistoig center on Long Creek. 

Tliis plan had been speculated 
vspon when the old iPfegro resort 



center was sold last year for ^>ouft 
^,000. 

Acquisition of the resort beach 
and surrounding land took almost 
10 years. 



Myriad Awards 

OCELANA-Eighteen awards for 
out tanding performance in work 
perfarmed at Oceana Naval Air 
Station were presented to civlian 
workers at the air station on June 
16. 

The awards were presented at 
an outdoor ceremony held near 
the station administration bldg. 

Prewnting the awards, Capt. D. 
C. Rumsey, II, the coirenanding 
officer of Oceana Naval Air Sta- 
tion handed the recipients a check 
with their award. 

Cited for outstanding accom- 
plishment were Alice Majer, Le- 
ron Payne, Alton Clark, Pearl Bul- 
lock, Jacqueline Ganter, Mary 
Nordine, Alice Ansell, Willa Rog- 
erson, Rachel Padon, Miriam 
Crowson, Alice Lindsey, Paul 
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"FIFI", BLACK PET DOG OF THE OWENS' FAMILY, Isn't very hap- 
py as he submits reluctantly to her neoesMry rabies diot. Even if she 
doesn't know Its importance, her famUy does. WMh the "needle" Is M. 
J. Owens, Supervisory Sanitarian of the Vfrglnia Beach Health Depart- 
ment, and putttog the comfiwting hands holding their pet are her lit- 
the masters. Jim and Bob Owens. It is urgent that aU dog owners who 
have not yet gotten the rabies shots for their pets do so this weekend 
and next. The shot costs only $1.50 at the clinics betag held June 18 and 
June 25 at four different locations. On the 18th. dogs may receive the 
shot at Creeds Fire Station. Aragonna Elementary School, Seatack Fire 
Station, and Kellam Hich School; on the 25th take the dogs to Lynn- 
haven Elementary School at Princess Anne Plaza, Ocean Park Fu-e De- 
partment, the Dome at Virginia Beach, and KempsviUe Elementary 
School. (Staff Photo by Padrick) 



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New Guide 

ATLANTA, GA. — Virginia Beach 
has been given special note in a set 
of recently published travel guides 
of the United States. T^e series of 
eight regional guidebooks, entitled 
"Fodor-Shell Travel Guides, U.S. 
A.", will soon be on sale at all book 
stores and Shell Oil Stations. For 
the first printing, 5000,000 copies 
were produced. 

In a section devoted to "Ex- 
ploring Virginia", Virginia Beach 
is referred to as "a noted niche for 
sun-worshippers in this part of the 
world. Here is the sophisticatiwi of 
Miami Beach and Atlantic City, 
Virginia Style, which gradually 
drifts into the remoteness of the 
Outer Virginia Banks to tiie south 
where surf fishing is unexcelled." 

Eugene Fodor, general editor of 
the series, describes the books as 
the greatest undertaking of his ca- 
reer. In the past 16 years, he has 
edited and published 24 prize winn- 
ing travel books on Europe, Asia, 
Hawaii and the Caribbean. 

Each region and each state con- 
tains an introduction whidi traces 
the history of the region and cap- 
tures the mood of the people, 
thereby enabling the traveler to 
understand better aiid feel a kir^ 
ship with the local people. 

For each state, and for 30 major 
cRies, there is a very descriptive 
(oor which serves as a personaiUy 
guided trip. 

Practical informatk)n is offered 
concerning the thuigs most trave- 
llers need to know about hotels, mo- 
tels, resorts, campsites, restau- 
rants, historic sites, museums, na- 
tional and state parks, tourist in- 
formatiffli services, etc. Hotels and 
restaurants are not rated or given 
a recommendation. Instead, they 
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RICHMOND — Virginia hunters, 
fishermen and trappers will get 
somewhat less for their money 
when they purchase their 1966 li- 
censes, but most will probably 
welcome the reduction as the Com. 
mission of Game and Inland Fish- 
eries goes to a smaller, more 
modern format on the new license 
designed to fit nwdern billfold card 
cases. The new license will en- 
title the holder to all privileges 
conveyed by the older, larger mo- 
del, but should fit into modem 
card compartments withoirt fold- 
ing or trimming. All regular hunt- 
ing, fishing and trapping licenses 
and trout licenses will be issued 
in the new format. 

The new licenses, shipped to 
license agents last week should 
have arrived by June 15th, ac- 
cording to Fiscal Division Chief 
Lillian B. Layne. All current hunt- 
ii)g, fishing and tr^^ing licenses 
will expire June 30th. Although the 
new licenses may be purchased in 
June, they will not become effect- 
ive until July 1st, so early bird 
license buyers will have to retain 
their old licenses until that date. 

Sportanen purchasing deer, bear 
and turkey licenses will have to 
come up with a little more cash 
due to increases approved by the 
recent General AssenAly. The 
resident deer, bear and turkey 
license for 1966^ will cost $2.00 
and its non-resident equivalent will 
cost $10.00. 

Commission Law Enforcement 
Chief John McLau#lin cautions 
sportsmen, especially fishernaen, 
to schedule a trip to their local 
license agent bef<M% the end of 
the month. Each July the prose- 
cution lists are sweUed i>y great 
niwnbers of iMw;ra^inators that 
failed to get their new fishing 
licenses before making that July 
^hing trip. 



Airman S/c Stephen F. Tuttle. 
son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. 
Tuttle of 3012 Island Lane, has 
been graduated from the techni- 
cal training course fw new mem- 
bers of the U. S. Air Force Medi- 
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VIRGINLV BEACH-To the aver- 
age Virginia Beach Policeman a 
day's job means cruising around in 
a prowl car or investigating some 
case. 

To five members of the depart- 
ment, however, it means covering 
the city's broad expanse of b3ach 
area in Jeeps. 

One in particular, Patrolman A. 
D. Henderson, is presently the 
Sandbridge area during the "8 to 
4" sijift. Henderson goes on duty 
at 8 a.m. and goes off duty at 4 
p.m. 

Henderson has been on the force 
for three years and for three years 
has been aJssigned to the beach pa- 
trol during the summed months. 

There is a second jeep that pa- 
trols the area during tlie daylight 
hours, but only one, Henderson's, 
remains on 24-hour duty. There are 
also two jeeps in Uie Virginia 
Beach Borou^ and one at Chesa- 
peake Beach. 

Henderson said many people 
have the wrong impression about 
the jeep patrols. He said they not 
only tour the beach but the paved 
streets of Sandbridge as well. 

They keep an eye on traffic 
probI«ns, illegal parking and the 
like on the paved streets as well as 
dealing wiUi the surfers, vehicles 
on the beach and of course, dogs. 

HendersOTi said one of the bigg- 
est problems the people hand us 
is bringing then- dogs on the beach. 
Reports are called in daily by res- 
idents of the area asking the police 
to do something about the dogs <hi 
the beach in front of their houses. 
Hfnderson suggested that more 
people should read up on the "dog 
laws" of the city. 

Henderson said that since the 
Little Island Park has opaied it 
"has taken a load off of us". The 
new recreation area, according to 
Henderson, has given the surfers 



a place to go and keeps them off 
fffivate property. 

Henderson stated that to patrol 
the beaches of the city one must 
be a diplomat of sorts and b? 
sociable all the time to all the peo- 
ple. 

During days the weather turns 
bad, the job is very interesting, 
Henderson said. Sometimes, it is 
difficult to get down on the beach 
because of the people, the officer 
reported. 

The beach patrols started May 
27 and will continue until aft-^r La- 
bor Day, possibly as long as Sept. 
15, 

The ^eps are stored away dur- 
ing tile winter months and are not 
used unless absolutely necessary. 
They are serviced and stored at 
the dty garage when not in use. 

Tae Sandbridge portion of the 
patrd covers the shoreline and 
streets from the property line of 
Dam Neck Training Center south 
to the Back Bay Wildlife Refuge. 
"We seldom go past the Refuge", 
he said. 

All-in-all the beach patrol proved 
to be an enlightening experience in- 
to the routine of a rather different 
police assignment. 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 23, 1966 



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RICHMOND— The latest edition of 
the Virginia Public Boat Landings 
directory is now being distributed 
to license agents and sporting 
goods dealers throughout the State, 
accorduig to Game Commission's 
Information office. The free six 
page folder lists 218 boat laimching 
points on major Virginia waters, 
including those constructed by the 
Commission and others available 
for public use. ccompanying each 
listing is the nearest access route. 



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VKQiraA m^M»-Mr. and 

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.^m^ Awan 

<XEA]^-SSxs Margar^ 
ton, a s^pjrfy det at Oc^oa Na- 
val Air Station's supply depart- 
ment was pres&ited an awaiii on 
June 10, for swtamed superiw 
performance in her job. 

The award was presorted by 
C^. D. C. Ramsey. 11, the com. 
OHUiding office' d Oceana Naval 
Ak Siation. 

Reading the citation in »4»ich 
lirs. Barton was conmaided for 
ber w(sk during ti)e period of 
July 1, 1965 to Apr. 8, 1966, Rum- 
se>' conunentud that it made biro 
especially happy to be able to pre. 
sent an award for such outstand- 
ing performance. 

With the citation iac her per- 
foratance, Ws. Barton was given 
] a check for $150. 



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Oitk's Choloe, BBrkadale Ibea- 
tre at Strawberry Bai^. Hanip- 
ton, Virginia. Directed by Hans- 
ford Rowe. Setting designed by 
Lyde Longaker. Cast includes 
Hansford Rowe, Nancy Kilgore, 
Hansfoni Rowe IH. Woody Eney, 
uAlice Fritzlen and Helen LevinBon. 
Production to continue Tuesday 
through Saturday at the dinno' 
theatre for fawr weeks. 

Critic's dMke is not necessarily 
a critic's choice ol a good all- 
round play, but it will qualify as 
a witty, sparkling cariedy that 
almost any audience will enjoy. 
The Barksdak {xttduction lades a 
certain amount of lustor, btM stMl 
c(xnes <^ as a {feasant evenii^ 
in the theatre. 

Ilie entire action of the play 
takes place in the New York 
apartment ol Parker BaDantine, 
respected and famous critic, his 
second wile, Angela, and his son 
by the first marriage, Jdin. An- 
gela decides to write a play. Her 
critic husband derides her badly, 
but she is not shaken by his tack 
of faith. Sie goes, right ahead. 
She finishes the play, finds a pro- 
ducer, a director, a theatre and 
quite a bit <^ adventure, all to 
the shegrin (d her husband. What 
he really worries about is bis h(»i- 
e^y in reviewing and he thinks 
the play she has written is aw- 
ful. He tost his first wife after a 
review he wrote about her as an 
actress. 

At no time is there a lag in ac- 
tion, as written by the playwright, 
but the pace in this production is 
oiien so slow that the rapid4ire 
cixnedy lines do not catdi fire 
as they should. Hansford Rowe, 
who directed the production and 
played the lead, Parker, is appar- 
ently at fault. He is the slowest of 
them all. He is quite possibly 
creating a deliberate character for 
Parker, but it all slows the action 
down too much. 

-The character that Rowe cre- 
ated for Parker however is a de- 
light. Itowe moves nicely through 
the role and has audience sym- 
pathy at all times. His best scene 
is in the third act, when he tells 
his life story while in a drunken 
stupor. That scene makes the 
whole show worthwhile. 

Nancy Kilgore is delightful as 
.Angela, fledging playwright. Mrs. i 



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ICHgara ii a paitieulariy capabU 
aad flesble actrav. 

Ilw Iwrak ai tlifai pnxkictkm 
go to Hanafctfd Rofwe lU, dw reai 
life and ptey:dM(r4cter son of 
Pjrter BaQanUiie. Hie boy-gemua 
of Broadway role is handled beau- 
ttfully in a very fiHBiy dead^ 
manner by die youngster. 

Ilie "angry youi^ tem" direct- 
or, I^m Ki^udtos, is j^yed cm- 
•istently by Woody Eaey. But 
Eney does not seefn ai boine in 
the role of the decHcated and lech- 
erous directo-. There just isn't 
ao^gh "oQmpb". We have seoi 
better things from faim. 

Ihe role of Charlotte Orr, mo- 
ther of Angela, is done adeptly 
by Alice FHtzlen. She plays the 
kleal molber-in-law with wannth 
and sincerity, while ai the same 
time contributing nicdy to the 
dry built-in humor. 

Hekn Levinscm, as Ivey Un6cm, 
Parker's first wife, picks up the 
pace well while she is on stage. 
■nie only regret we have is tiiat 
she did not phy the role a little 
broader. A few more roDs of the 
eyes and a few more "dahHngs" 
would have made it perfect. 

Perhaps it was just <q)ening 
night jitters <»• maybe it was the 
way it was meant to be, and the 
only thing with which we find 
fauh is the pace. It was a fine 
production as it was, wcathy of 
being seen by all, but evei though 
the tremoKtous warmth came 
through, it was not just a bit too 
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OOEANA-Mrs. Gtoria K. Brown 
an accounts maintenance d&k in 
Oceana Naval Air Station's comp- 
troller department, received a ci- 
tation for superior accomplishment 
in her job and a check for $50 in 
a ceremony held at Ooeana Naval 
Air Station June 10. 

The ceremony was held in the 
office of Capt. D. C. Rumsey, II, 
the commanding officer of Oceana 
Naval Air Station. 

As Rumsey read the citation, he 
noted that Mrs. Brown had taken 
personal mitiative in the indoctri- 
nation of new ftersonnel coming 
into her departoiient, resulting in 
a smother operation of the de- 
partment. 





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"Oooamixi Glory'' Ooaipeiay. 

Under the g«iwsal nwnegeinent 
«| lir. Rogn- sMnO' the "Glo- 
ly" Comfsc^ k in i^ aotfa ner- 
Uxaaag «e«Ma. In eaify June ac- 
tors, singers, daararn et al. in- 
vaded tht Lake IfaHapfca iaoft^r 
theatre to peepace "Ite Coomao 
Gtory," 1981. 

Writteo l^ Paul Greoi, thi« dra- 
ma tdls the story of Ttfy-P^riQl 
conflict in the American colonies. 

Cseoi calls his play a "sym- 
phoroc" drama because it involves 
all the theatre arts: acting, danc- 
ing, singing, authentic costiwnes 
and scenery. 

To perfect each of these aspects, 
the Company menders struggle 
out of bed each rooming and has- 
ten to rehearsals in the "three 
corners of Williamsburg :" Ewell 
Hall, Adair Gymnasium and the 
Amphitheatre proper. 

During the two^week rehearsal 
period, the amphitheatre is a 
workshop in three theatre arts. 
Backstage, the costume room and 
sh<^ hurt with the noise of sewing 
machines and jig-saws. 

Rachd Kitchens and her cos- 
tume crew are fitting 66 cast mem- 
bers of all sizes and shapes into 
over 300 I8th century costumes. 

Comments like "I've never had 
one of these hoop-contraptions on 
in my J^. . -jsoili^ we can get 
away wfthout trying than on . . . 
or HEiLP" lend a merry atmos- 
phere to the fitting rooms. 

Tall tan young men, technicians 
for the "Gtory," are manufactur- 
ing new props and renovating old 
ones in the sh(^. 

The new "prop"' for this season 
is the great Frraich ship. Upon its 
decks sit cannons friendly to the 
Patriotic cause. 

Facing the critical scrutiny of 
Director Howard Scammon, "Glo- 
ry" actors depict the men who 
fought for that same cause. 

After hours of rehearsals and a 
few quickie nneals like beans, 
Vienna sausages and onion soup, 
the "Gtory" troupe walk or motor 
to their Ludwell apartments for 
the night. 

No one says, but everyone 
dreams of opening night June 27 
and the 1966 season which runs 
through September 3. 



Airman Julian L. Ransone, son 
of Julian C. Ransraie (rf 236 Over- 
bolt Drive, has been selected to 
remain for training at Lackland 
AFB, Tex., as an Ak Force air 
policeman. 



Hospitality 

House In 
OldHospital 

VQttMNIA BEACH-llie Boaid of 
Directors at tiie Generai Hospital 
of yiipiia laach has givoi ^tace 
to tte VSr|^ Beach Ministerial 
Assodatioo, ia c^operatioi. with 
the Vkgkiia Be^ch Recreation 
CooMQissMQ, iot a hospital^y cen- 
to: for Area servkemen. 

lite board <|Doated the basement 
floor in the «id Imiv^ f«:ilify on 
25th ^eet and Arctic Avenue to be 
iffied until L^xh* Day. No perma- 
nent home has been found. Ihere 
are approximately 17,000 service- 
men in the area, and in the past 
as many as 5,000 servicemen have 
utilized temporary hospitality can- 
ters in Virginia Bea(A. 

RepreseMing the dty Recrea- 
tion Commission, Algy Cohen has 
been working with the president of 
the ministers association, the Rev. 
Dickson Taylor in devetoping the 
new center, which was ready for 
operation Wednesday. Initial plans 
call for showers, lockers, a snack 
bar and a reading room to t)e pro- 
vi(ted in the near future. The cen- 
ter will only be open on wedcends 
at present, directed by Mrs. Mad- 
line Hogge and junior hostesses. 

A military and civilian commit- 
tee, however, has been named to 
]o(k into the possyi>lity of setting 
up a permanent facility to be op- 
erated on a year-round basis at 
Vii^nia Beadi. Representatives of 
all military installations in the 
arte are serving on the committee. 

Efforts are t>eing made to op- 
erate on a plan similar to that of 
the USO, although no USO funds 
are available. David M. Robinson, 
regional Executive of the 'USO, 
was in Virginia iBeach for a plann- 
ing session and press conference. 
It seems possible that initial mon- 
ey may be forthamning from the 
United Fund through the Navy Y 
in Norfolk, but the committee" will 
seek a permanent operation, using 
UCF funds and perhaps city aid 
for future planning. 

At present, USO is not able to 
provide fluids, according to Robin- 
son, because of expanded com- 
mitments, in Viet Nam and the 
present structure of the national 

irao. 

The operation of a permanent 
hospitality house in ''/irginia Beach 
is the evdvement of a canter 
opened about 17 years ago at the 
old Galilee Church on Atlantic 
Avenue. The centers were in re- 
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^ By Douglas Barnes 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Shore Drive 
Inn was the scene se4 by Mrs. 
Dorothy Abdill for her distaff com- 
mittee, ladies who will head the 
different areas of Virginia Beach 
campaigning for Armistead Boothe 
and more than fifty laiies came 
to enjoy the coffee and buns and 
folk singing with guitar strumming 
by Chris stnd Marc Wall, while the 
Boothes mingled with ^e group, 
chatting mformally. 

Betty Boothe was charming in 
a simple sleeveless flowered print 
dress, and was introduced by her 
husband, "Armie", as his chauf- 
feur, cook, secretary, valet, and 
constant companion. They have 
three grown daughters and five 
grandchildren. 

Mrs. Abdill ustd an antique 
brass cowbell to call to order the 
loquacious ladles, exiplaining that 
she had felt the call to political 
campaigning because she is an 
educated woman, has the privilege 
of thinking freely, of making her 
own decisions, and ta serve her 
country. She said she wanted to 
help elect a man to the U. S. Sen- 
ate who had championed women's 
causes, and who had always been 
ethical in his dealing with his 
fellow man. 

Boothe touched on Robertson's 



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aite" will be held at the Associa- 
tion for Research and Enlighten- 
, ment, 67th Street and Atlantic, 
W i m t.^ r*>8g}im u4 '<fc l ay *- Jim* 
^tn and lasting through Saturday, 
July 2nd. Evening' lectures, at 
eight o'clock, will be open to the 
public and will be as follows: on 
Monday, June 27th, Hugh Lynn 
Cayce, managing director of the 
A.ssaciatinn, will talk on "Mem- 
ories of Past Lives." His talk will 
be based o:j a world-wide study 
made by Dr. Ian Stevenson, head 
of the phiiosophy department in 
the University of Virginia, who 
has selected twenty outstanding 
cases for the current proceedings 
of the American Society for Psy- 
chical Research. 

On Tuesday evening, June 28th, 
Shane Miller, a writer from New 
York, will talk on "Tlie Meaning 
of Grace." On Wednesday eve- 
ning, June 29th, Dr. Gina Cer- 
minara, author of several well- 
known books on the subject, will 
^>eak on '"Hie Case for Remcar- 
nation." On Thursday evening, 
June 30th, Hugh Lynn Cayce will 
talk on "Wiy Beliew to R«aonr- 
nation?" *• 

Further information may be ob- 
tained by telephoning ttie Aaso- 
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age and apathy, his refusal to 
keep up with changing times, and 
his non-liberalism. He stated his 
desire to be elected by "you all" 
and not by apipointment. He men- 
tioned coi^ot of land interests by 
local politicians, Red China, for- 
eign aid, the Peace Coips, and 
urged the group to go slowly, but 
surely, forward. Abou^ Viet Nam, 
he stated "We are there. We do 
not understand aU ibaut the sit- 
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LEGAL NOTICES 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

to the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach on the 16th day of June, 
196S. 

MARY KATHJEEN L. SMITH. 
Plaintiff, , 
against 

LARRY JOSEPH SMITH, 
Defendant. 

Order of Publication 

The oibject of this suit it to ob- 
tain a divorce from the bond of 
matrimony on the ground of con- 
structive desertion for a period of 
more than one year. It is ordered 
that the defendant herein, whose 
whereabouts is unknown, appear 
within ten days after due pii>llica- 
tion of this order to protect his 
interests. 

Proper affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the Common- 
wealth of Virginia, it is ordered 
that the foregoing para^aph be 
publi^ed once a week for four suc- 
cessive weeks in The Virginia 
Beach Son, a newspaper publi^ed 
in the City of Vfa-glnia Beach, Vir- 

nSllN ^."VteNTRESS, Cl^' 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. 
Charles E. August, P.q. 
1905 Petersburg Pike 
Richmond, Virginia 



NOTICE TO ■niE PUBLIC 

Of intention to apply to the Vir- 
ginia Alcoholic Beverage Control 
Board for a license to sell alcd^ 
holic beverages. 

Tliis notice must be posted on 
the front door cf the buiWing, 
place or room where the applicant 
proposes to engage in business. 

Sdtitx Is Hereby Given lint 

Applicant: Carde Enterja-ises, 
Incorporated; 

Trade Name: Tony's; 

Exact location d Business: 4848 
Virginia Beach Boulevard; 

City or Town: Virginia Beach: 
intends to af^ly to the Virginia 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, 
at its i^Bces in the Vir^nia A.8.C. 
fiuildii^, 205 Not^ 41b Street, 
Richmond, Virgina for a licoise 
to sell Beer On arrf Off Premises 
at file above tooeftion. 

The manes, addresses, and na- 
ture <rf interest, of every person 
interested, or to be intereaed, in 
ibe borfwss, ttTSny extent whaitso- 



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• LEQAl NOTICES 

ever (exclusive of ownership of 
stock in csst aj^Iksmt be a Cor- 
poration), are as foDoiws: 

Anthony Wayne Ducon, 884 Hop- 
wood Lane, Virgima Beadi, Va., 
President. 

Signed this 21st day of June, 
1966. 

Mre. Bruce G. MurjAy 

6-234T 

NOTICE 

This is to notify the public that 
the undersiped, trading as Ex- 
cellent Restaurant will wttlrin ten 
days after publication of this no- 
tice apply to the Virginia State 
Alcoholic Beverages Control Board 
for a licoise to sell beer and wine 
for off and on premises consump- 
tion. 

George N. Michael 
Mary M. Michael 
T/A Excellent Restaurant 
1614 Atlantic Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Vu-ginia 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office d the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City (rf Virginia 
Beach, on the 14th day of June, 
1966. 

PRISCILiLA JOYCE MARTIN, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

WALLACE EDGAR MARTIN, 
Defendant. 

Order of Publication 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
upon the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that tiie defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the la* known post of- 
fice address being: Box 255-F Rt. 
1, Pleasant-ville, New Jersey, it 
is ordered that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

My: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

6-23-« 



VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach wi the 1st 
day of June 1966, in the matter 
of the estate of 
HOWARD E. GIBiBS, deceased. 
ORDER 

IT APPE.\R1NG TO THE 
COURT that a report of the ac- 
counts of the Executor of Howard 
E. Gihbs, Deceased, and of. the 
debts and demands against the 
sai dstate, have been filed in the 
Clerk's OBfice of this Court, and 
that more than six months have 
elapsed since the qualification of 
Edna D. Gibbs ai^ the Virginia 
National Bank of Norfolk, Exe- 
cutors of said estate, on motion 
of the said Executors, it is 
ORDERED that the creditors of 
Howard E. Gibbs and of his es- 
tate, and any other persons who 
may be intererted in said estate, 
do appear in the Court on the 
22nd day of July, 1966, and show 
cause against the payment and 
delivery of the estate, without 
refunding bonds, to those entitled 
thereto. 

It is further ORDERED that a 
copy of this ORDER be published 
once a week for four consecutive 
week in the Virginia Beach Sun. 
a newspaper having general 
circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

I ask for the entry of this Order: 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHNV. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: Mary M. Whke, D. C. 
Thomas C Broyles,- ~ 
Attorney for the estate of 
Howard E. Gibbs, Deceased. 

&-2-4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Coiu-t of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 3rd day of June, 
1966. 

ALICE PEREZ RILEY, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

DAVID K. RILEY, Defendant. 
Order of PnUiMttan 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce A Mensa et 'Ihoro 
from the said defendant.opon the 
grounds of wilfd desertcon. 

And an afiklavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-r&«ident of the State of 
Virginia, the last bwwn post of- 
fice address being: P^nm (VP) 
30, United Statei Naval Air Sa- 
ticn, Jacksonville, Fla., it is cf- 
dered that he do a;)q>ear here with- 
in 10 (ten) days after <kie pubB- 
cation hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect his litter- 
est in Ms suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cleit. 

D-y. J. Curtis FruH, DC. 
Mr. Gordon E. CanpbeH. .^tty. 
Virginia National Bank Big. 
Nwfdk. Virginia 

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COMMONWEALin OF TlRGtNTA 

In the Clerk's Office <rf the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the ^ day of Jooe, 
1966. 

Ord«' of Pii>Ucatico 



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• LEOAL NOTICES 



FRANCES SAWYER THOMPSON. 

PlaintiK, 

again^ 

ixk^ant. 

Tlie object <rf this aiit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii trom tiie said def«idant, 
(4)on the grounds of the parties 
having lived separtely and apart 
without any cohabkation and with- 
out interruption for two years. 
TOSriEN LEA THOMPSON, 

And an affidavit having been 
made and ffled that the defendant 
is a non-resident d the State of 
(Virginia, the last knojwn post 
office address being: c/o Mrs. 
Stuart OswaW, 6638 "Riitle Creek 
Circle, Houston, Texas, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after Aie 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be n«:essary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTOESS, Clerk. 

By: Marv M. WWte, D.C. 
P. W. Ackiss 
2413 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. M4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF yiIlGINl\ 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit CoH-t of the City of Virgkiia 
Beach, on the 31st day of May, 
1966. 

MARY ESTELL PRUITT, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

SYLVESTER JOSEPH PRUITT, 
Defendant. 

Order of PublieatioB 

The object of tins suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo hiatrkno- 
nii fr<Hn the said defendant, upon 
the "grounds of separation for gver 
two years. 

And an afCidavit having been 
made and fOed that the ddendaatt 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address Uing: Girdtetree, 
Maryland, it is ordered Ihat be 
do aippear here witHn ten (10) 
days after due pii>lication hereof, 
and &3 what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, flerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D,C. 
Amato, Babalas, Breit, Cdien, 

Rutter & Friedman, p.q. 
500 Helene Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

6-9^t 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINM 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Vir^a 
Beach en the 2nd day of June, 
1966. 
EMMA ROBINSON WILUAMS. 
Plaintiff, 
against 

DAVID N. wni.L\ats, 

Defendant. 

Order of Pibltaitiw 

,. The object of this suit Is to ob- 
tiin a divorce a vinculo matrimo- 
nii from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed thai the defendait 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Va., the last known post office 
address being: 549 West 144th 
Street, New York, New York, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Mr. Victor J. Ashe, Atty. 
1134 Church Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 
6-JMt 

CtKMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's OUUx of U»e Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Viiiginia 
Beach, on the 25th day of May, 
19$6. 

PHYLLIS WILCOX. Piaintiff, 
J^jiinst 

EBUC KENT^TTH WIUXIX, 
Defeaifast. 

OrilN of PBbBoallM 

llw object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinouk> matri- 
monii from the said deteadani, 
upon the grounds of deaalioa lor 
a perkxi at more than one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-rcaidmt d the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 438 East 
Browfl StnA, ftmao. California, 
it is ord««d that he do ^peer 
here witfiia ten (M) d^« after 
du6 puUfcatioB hereof, and do 
what may be oecetsary to {ro- 
tect his iirterest ta ttts suit. 

A copy— Twtc: 

xam V. fi:ntr&ss, ckrk. 

fiy: Uary If. VUbB, D-C 
F\red W. Ridrter, p^. 
•Ltm BaUtu 
NorioHt. VbfiiM 



COPMOMWEALIfl OF TDKHNU 

IB the Gerk s Office of ^ a^ 



« LEGAL NOTICES 



^ Cbtot of Oe aty of Viii^a 
fieacfa, on the 2Sth day of May, 
1906. 

LUCY MARTIN UNEBGRRY, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

CONRAD 0. UNEBERRY, 
Defendant. 

Order of PnbUoatton 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thcno to 
be at the proper time mtfged into 
a divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendairt upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an aMidavit havii^ been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 2810 Oakl^ 
Stred. Baltimore. Maryland, or 
business address: Wyman's Shoe 
Store, 1961 East Jqipa Road, Bal- 
timore, Maryliand, it is ordered 
that he do appear here within ten 
(10) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect his intereet in 
this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Norman F. Straus, Jr., p.q. 
Pilcher, Underwood, Pilcher & 

Byrd 
210 Plaza One 
Norfolk, Virginia 

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ANNOUNCEMENTS 



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OANDIDS BY CASS.\NDRA. Avail. 
able by phonmg 428-9096, between 
6 and 9 A.M. 6 16 TPN 

GHOST WRJTING SERVICE - 
SJKeches, articles, promotion, re- 
portB, etc. You have the thoughts 
... I have the words. Phone 340- 
1978 after 6 PM.,-for details and 
prices. 4-28 tfn 



Social ^'oup — single nnen and 
women over 21. Non-sectarian, 
non-poiitical, non-discriminatory. 
Meet new people, have fun. Over 
100 Members now. CaU David 863- 
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Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
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with guarantee. Experience pre- 
ferred. Good (^jporbmty with es- 
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S«id resume, including references 
fo: J. P. Coates, P.O. Box 657, 
Va. Beach, Va. 23451. 6 17 TFN 



MERCHANDISE 



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UKGENTLY NEEDS 

Typists 

Stenograpbers 

We have immediate assignments, 
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Time off between jobs when de- 
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assignment, 627-3661. 

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Bookkeepers 
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Toy demonstrators. Part time 
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Baby crib with mattress for sale. 
Excellent condition. Plus other 
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CARPET FACTS - I can sell first 
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continuous filament and Caprolon 
nylons $3.99 sq. yd. Twenty-eight 
colors. Call Mr. Parker— MA 2- 
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Suitable for 1 or 2. $125 monthly 
-season. Call 425-1646: &-2-tfn 



RENTAL REAL ESTAtE 

11 3A HousM, ^umislMcl 
or Unfurnislwdl 



1 bedroom $55. 2 bednxHn $75-9125. 
3 bedroom $85-9200. Altchor Real- 
ty. 428-7421 apytime. I2»tfn 



1 1 5 A RMort Property 
For Rent 



Lynn Shore Ifrive, 4CiO. 3-bedroom 
ranch. Large kitchen. Availafaie 
now. $125 monfthly. CaU 85M379. 

2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen 
and bath. StaUTvay to finished at- 
tic. Good location overkx*ing lake 
and near ocean. $85 mon^y. Call 
H. G. Moore, Jarvis k Kitchen. 
428-7755. 6 23 TFN 



Near bases and beach. Shial! cot- 
tages furnished. No deposits. Cou- 
ple only. No pets. Call 340^329. 

4-7-tfn 



2 bedroom ui^mished house. 
Stove ssid refrigerator furnished. 
809 Delaware Avenue, Virginia 
Beach. Call 428-1938. 5-26-tfn 

1216 Cypress, three bedrooms, two 
baths, heat, yearly lease. $110.00 
month. CaU ^8-7152. 4^-tfn 



116 Business Places 
For Rent 

2240 Greatneck Road - Office for 
rent, includes utilities, telephone, 
air conditkm, clerical services. 
$125 month. CaH 464-3521. 4-21-tfn 



40 Help Wanted— Female 

UNLIMITED EARNINGS 

Sell Real Estate. Have openings 
for saleswomen at Virginia Beach 
(Mfice, located next to Princess 
Anne Plaza Shopping Center. Ex- 
celleiU working conditions and 
Equal Duty Time. Many fringe 
benefits such as HospitalizatitHi, 
Group Insurance, Incentive Bonus 
Plan. Experience not necessary. 
All interviews confidential. Call J. 
F. Peters. 340^232. 

Goodnuui-Segar-Hogan 
Residential Sales Corp. ; 

6-2-tfn 



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BEAUhCIANS 

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MODELS 
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As a young and growing com- 
pany, we know this is true. We 
want to talk to ladies who have 
the desire and capacity to pave 
their way to high income and ad- 
vancement oj^rtunities. To model 
and demonstrate a complete new 
concept in modern cosmrtics with 
the finest line of products. 
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EVENING GLAMOUR HOURS 
Free training in proven success 
techniques are just a part of our 
growth package. Excelent oppor- 
tunities for those with managerial 
ability. Age over 21. 
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Sell lCi.KPT SHOiS part or full 
tkne. Earn $25 to $150 a we^ mi 
high commis^nis and bonus. Stea- 
dy year-round business. Equip- 
ment fwiBabed {pee. Write to 
Lee Nasser, KiUfp SbOM. Brock- 
ten. Mass. 6-2-^ 



CAB DRIVEKS. Sffvice men ac- 
cepted. No exper»ic'> necessary. 
IMlS weddy. We pay Im City 
permit. Also free room nut. Safe- 
way Taju. '9782 9x)re Drive, Vir 
fuui Beach. 464-6^^. MS4io 



''TurtfR -^ Momentary and High* 
School subjects. Norfolk or Vir- 
gdnia Beach area. 340-4484. 6-9-tfn 

BOATS 



80 Boats and Supplies 



16 -foot Criss-Craft cabin cruiser. 
35 H.P. Johnson motor. Like new. 
Call ^-1306 or 428-5043 after 6 
P.M. 6 15 4T 



3707 Virginia Beach Boulveard. 
Office and retail stwe space avail- 
able. Brand hew, beautiful, two 
story elevated building. Ideally to- 
cated betwe«i Pembroke Scpiare 
and Princ^ Anne Plaza. Call By- 
ler Realty, 34O4081 or 3403805. 
^ IM-to 

117 Wanted To Rent 

Wanted for two years starting Sep- 
teni>er 1st, four bedroom, two 
bath unfurnished home. Bay Col- 
ony or north end preferred. What 
do you have? 428-8322. 

BEIi. REAL ESTATE 
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REAL ESTATE FOR SAU 



LOW winter rates until June 1st, 
4>r yearly. Also monthly. Located 
in the heart of the beach, near 
ocean front. 428-6713. 10-21-tfn 

Austin's Court Motel Apartmoits, 
^06 - 19th Street. Efficiency! 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnished rooms. Block 
from Bus Station. By wedt or 
month. 

V tfn 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Articles For Sale 

Delta power tools. 8" table saw 
with 4 " joiner and 8' disc sander 
—$150. 16" scroll saw with stand 
and light— $125. 10" band saw with 
stand and light — $100. All with 
retractable casters and in excel- 
lent condition. 518 Hi^ Point Ave- 
nue. fr9-3t 



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aPARTYment 
LIVING 

Why not? 

Sound conditioned 

apartments at REGENCY 

at Hjlltpp let you truly 

enjoy apartment living, 

and still be able to 

entertain friends . . . 

no fear of disturbing 

neighbors. Makes it a 

lovely place to live. And 

your neighbors parties 

won't bother you either 

. . . unless, of course, 

you wanted to be invited. 

%rr our ilerorH;,.:^ fiio^rl 

•imrtnirnt. 
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bath. Convenient to shopping, 
churches, laundromat. Very 
reasonable yearly rental. Pacific 
Avenue. Phone owner 428-5016 
or 428-2143. 

7-29-tfn 

APARTMENTS - Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or seasonal. 
Cooper Realty, 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue, 42»'1330. Nights 428-6833. 

3-2-tfn 



O^E.\NA-245 Middle Lane. Fur- 
nished studio apartment. Heat, 
water, storage, parking. Near bus. 
Annual lease. 5-19-tfn 



Furnished duplex apartment. 1 
bedroom. $70. Yearly rental. 700 
15th Street or call ^8-8829 after 
5 P.M. 6 23 TFN 



124 Houses For Sale 

• BAY COLONY 
1109 Windsor Road 

2 story, 4 bednooms, 2 baths, Irv- 
ing room, dining room, kitchen, 
utility room and detached garage. 
Oi large wooded lot. Less than 
Uock to Linkborn Bay and one 
mile from beach. Owner heiag 
transferred. $24,900. Drive by or 
call 428-0453 for appointment. 

6-9-2t 

3 and 4 bedro(»n, 2 bath, brick. 
Ranch and 2 story homes. G.I., 
F.H.A. financing available. Call 
Anchor Realty anytime. 428-7421. 
Member of MLS and NLS. 12-9-tfn 

125 Lots For Sale 

BACK 5AY - On Gum Bridge 
Road neai Charity Church. 2'i 
acre. Ready to build on. Price 
$2,200. Phone 34(>«11, 340-4971. 
340-8S91. 341-tfn 

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AHA Scientific Meeting 



MRS. GAITHER NEWMAN, now Uving in New Yorit where her hus- 
band is with Anith-Dougglas, has been doing a great deal of traveling 
lately. She, Mr. Newman and dau^ter Caroline have returned from 
North Caroltaia where they visited or Mr. Newman. Before coming back 
to Virginia Beach they attended the wedding of a cousin. They came to 
the Beach to see their son Tom graduate from O. D. C. and visit her 
father, Professor Emeritus M. S. Breckingridge who lives at the May- 
fktwer. Iliis shows her heart still belmgs to Daddy and to the Beach. 

(Photo by Cassandra) 



VJRGIJflA BEACH-'Rie Coun- 
cil on Clinical Cardiology of the j 
American Heart Associatiwi and | 
tte Tidewater Heart Association 
will hold its seventh annual sci- 
entific meeting at the Cavalier 
Hotel June 30July 2. 

Three ^roposiums will be held 
an different days to present well- 
kiKwn medical specialists from as 
far west as the Mayo Clinic in 
Rochtster, Minnesota, and Boston, 
Atlanta. N*** Orleans, Cleveland, 
Balti,Tiore, Washington. D. C.i 
Toronto, Ontario. Cincinnati, New 
York, and many from Norfolk and 
Virginia Beach. 

June 30 will feature selected top- 
ics In "Renal Disease" with Dr. 
James C. Hunt of Mayo Clinic; 
Dr. RcnaW S. Rehnan frcmi Bos- 
ton Umversity JJledical Center; Dr. 
Rcbet M. Kark from Presbyter- 
ian St. Luckes Medical Center of 
Illinois; and Dr. George E. 
Schriner from the Georgetown 
University Hospital in Washington, 
DC. 

Friday, July 1, symposium will 
be on "Cornary Artery Disease" 
with Dr. R. Bruce Logue from 



Elmory University of Atlairta; Dr. 
George E. Burch from TUlane 
University, New Orleans; Dr. Wil- 
liam B. Kannel from Harvard 
Medical 3chool; and Dr. Ridiard 
Gorlin frcm Johns Hopkins in 
Baltimore. 

Hie third s^posium on July 2 
will be "Selected Topics'' by Dr. 
Richard S.,.Rcss from Jahn Hep- 
kins; Dr. NgWe Fjwler of the 
University of Cincinnati; Dr. Mary 
Allen Ei^lish Engle of New York 
Hospital; and the final talk by 
Dr. William T. Mustard from Tor- 
onto. . 

Panel discusjion, diowing of sci. 
entific films, luncheons, gather- 
ings, and banquets will bs held 
throughout the progrMn. 



Dr. Allen Damschroder of 4032 
Rampart Street, attended the re- 
cently held postgraduate sumpos- 
ium "Eknergency Treatment of 
Severe Trauma" at the Massachu- 
setts General Hospital under the 
auspices of Courses for Gradu- 
ates, Harvard Medical School. 



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An artisticaKy designed smaH si^ on a frosted cffica daar in the 
Beach The^re building nwdestly proclaims ""Laura Lambe Advsiis- 
ing". . .iiiside thj quiet office rooms will bs found a chic busy woman 
intent on making the general pubic, near and far; aware of "her city." 
Her business is adv rt'sing and the mo«t impoxtant product ^e sei!s is 
Virginia Beach. Nothing has a better champion. 

Many people know Laura Larr,be, but few know the hoirs s^r:; spends, 
the energy ^e exerts, nor the limitless creativity of her talents. An ad- 
mitted perfectionist, she ruefully explains she is "caught in her own 
trap." All her accounts are serviced with fine ditail which eansumes 
hoiu-s and strength few persons are willing to devot3 to a business. "I'.'s 
oftHj traumatic, bat never thill. And I love it," she rationalizas, "I love 
this city and all the people and places and ajlthe things happaning 
which make it such a perfect family resort as well as permanint resi- 
dence." 

Years ago when Virginia Beach was a shepy little seashore toNvn to 
a select few, it seems as if fate was molding Latira and preparing her 
for the time when she and Virginia Bach wouJd peet and merge inia 
9n unbeatable combinatran. 

She graduated from Columbia University and started her career with 
a fashion agency in New York City. As ^e moved from place to place 
with her huiband to his various dyty stff Jons while in the service, she 
kept up with her advertiiing work, both copy writing and layouts of 
her own design. No matter where she went, she was in great de.Tiand 
for her free lance work as well as sometimes being as:ociated with 
agencies and n^ppspaperST^ . 

"I w4i <^«tdimg sl^bcs for an ad, propped up in a hospital b?d a f ^w 
hours after Laura Jean (her only daughter, now a bea^jtiful young 
woman of 22) was \Aral" she laughs. Shi also bg$ two sons. And 
though she has always been a career w(snfn, she' has managed to kaep 
her family responsibilities angd ht^nennaking ability on a p^r with her 
personiri contribution to the businiss world. 

She is a perfect hostess to meny of her hu^nd's associates in the 
TV and broadcasting work!. He is Robert M. Lambe, presid'o..t jf 
WTAR. IV.nd she has faced the sams prob'ems as all mothers raising 
children in this mcdern, ever-changing world. "I've tried to give them 
always a »ense of security and a gpod education, and I treet them as 
individuals." apparently she has <teie wcll^-4ier oldest son, Zell McGae, 
is in medicine specializing in biotogical research; Laura Jean is in 
California where she is working with a theatrical group and is an excel- 
lent writer and actress as well as in the dir«:ting and producing fiald; 
and her last "little chick to leave the nest" is Robert Jr. who gradu- 
ated with honors from Norfolk Academy and wfll be going to Dartmouth 
College in the fall. 

A very talented artist as wdl as copy writer, she has taken every 
opportunity ip keep her own education up to d^e. Through the years of 
travel, she took special classes in art, ^ort story writing and all re- 
lated subjects wherever they were offered. She reads the batter 
works of established writers and all current magazines during her 
"'free moments." 

Laura Lambe has had the Virginia Beach account for about K vears 
. . .and what that one account, phis others, entails is unbelievable! It 
all begins with a thought— kleas relative to die product and the persons 
who will be interested in it must be coK)rdinated. Tliafs creativity. The 
eyes and hands and must work together to draw and lay out a design to 
catch attention. That is Artistr y. After approval from the client,nbe 
advertisennent must go to the printer or publidier. That's business. 
And people must buy the proc|uct, ,Tt»at's salcsnanship. 

Even the billboards advertisii^ Virginia BeaCh Ittve been designed 
and are the responsibility of this one woman agency. 

Besides the printed foldsrs mi promotion stories for syndicated news- 
papers and magazines, die miist entertain and escort visiting digni- 
taries, out of town travel writers and photographers, and the lige. to 
make sure they enjoy Virginia Bfach, 

How can she possibly ke^ track of evErything and everyone? She 
maintains a tight schedule and adheres to it religiously. "I've a'wavs 
pot someth-ng in the air", says Laura Lambe, "I had to learn how to be 
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come while they cruise m the var- 
knis ^ps and learn from "Old 
Sahs" die do's and don'ts of ship- 
board IMe end see Ote miportance 
of \tiek Afferent tkffls on a war- 
ship. 

"Rie Aii^]hl>k)us Fwce is mak- 
tag rooi« MleU availaUe {<»■ the 
retervists tfun mort of the othor 
^ype commMidte on the east coast. 
T^ can be ioae by berthing the 
reserves in the vacant troq? com- 
pslinents normally used by Ma- 
rines. ^ 

A total of » officers, amrLM 
tdiated row wiQ be tranmg with 
the Force during Jtme, Jufy and 

AlKUSt. 

#rile in ta-«ning, some resw- 
iaU wffl see a few of die Carlibem 
liberty porta oAea vtaMad by Am- 
piybkxM Force Alps. 



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THE HUiMOROUS BANNER DOES NOT TELL the entire story of the biennial convention of the Fraternal 
Order of Police convention at the Cavalier. U. S. Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr. addressed the closing night 
session on a scrimp note. At his left is Police Major Frank Duling of Richmond,* State FOP President. 

SUPREME COURT RULING DISCUSSED 



State FOR Convention Hears 
Address By Senator Byrd 



VIRGINIA BEACT-The closing 
night session of the State Fraternal 
Order of Police Convention at the 
Cavalier was highlighted by an 
address by U.S. Senator Harry F. 
Byrd, Jr., candidate for reelection 
in the July 12 Dempcratic primary. 

About 120 members of the State 
iFOP Lodges, the civilian FOP 
Associates and guests attended 
the banquet which climaxed the 
four-day .svent. State Senatoi Wil- 
liam P..4pellam of Virginia Beach 
was master of ceremonies for the 
evening, and Senator Byrd was 
intiHxluced i^y Democratic Nation- 
al Committeenian Sidney S. Kel- 
1am of Virginia Beach. 

Senator Byrd criticized the re- 
cent ruling of the U. S. Supreme 
Court which he said has virtually 
rendered uselss pretrial confes- 
sions. Byrd noticed that the de- 
cision will .'set many criminils 
free. He added that the court fle- 
cision dealing with the rights of 



criminal suspects has produced 
what he called a "three-faced<on- 
stitutional interpretation." 

Police Continue 
Search For Man 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Police, at 
press time last night, were con- 
tinuing their search for a man 
surprised in the act of prowling 
around early yesterday morning 
near the White Heron Hotel. 

Several dog units were used on 
the .scene, on Laskin Road, but 
failtd to turn up a suspect. 

Members of the detective bur- 
eau continued their investigation, 
all d^y Wcdncfday. 

Police officers combed the area 
a.'-ound the American Legion hut, 
the White Heron, and surrounding 
areas for several hours without 
any apparent results. 



Sen. Primary Campaign 
Stirring Much Activity 



VIRGINIA BEACH - With less 
than two weeks to go before the 
voters go to the polls in the Dem- 
ocratic senatorial primary, cam- 
paign activity at Virginia Beach 
is picking up considerably. All 
four candidates for the two avail- 
able nominatioas have made at 
least one appearance in Virginia 
Beach in recent weeks. 

Senator Harry F- Byrd, Jr., has 
'been here several times, including 
his Monday night a[^arancc be- 
fore the closing sej'sion of the 
Stale FOP convention at the Ca- 
valier. Senator Robert.son has b.^cn 
here twice, his most recent cp- 
pe.nrance la.vt Saturday at the 
Dome. State Senator William 
Spong of Purlsmoulh who i- chal- 
lenging Rohcrts.in, h-.s not ma!o 



a public appearance in Virginia 
Beach recently, but has campaign- 
ed here at least twice. F'ormer 
State Senator ArmL^ead L. Boothe 
of .Alexandria, who is challeng- 
ing Byrd, has only made one short 
visit to Virginia Beach so far to 
talk with campaign workers, but 
will be here all day Saturday, 
July 2. 

Whether the candidates are in 
town or not has not stilled the 
fervor of the campaign workers. A 
long list of coffees, teas, picnics, 
rallies and outing'-: are scheduled 
in the next two weeks, especially 
for Byrd and Raacrtson. 

Ui the Byrd and Robertson cam- 

I Continued on Page 5— \) 



The Senator noted that the de- 
cision was met with such a storm 
of controversy by law enforcement 
agencies and public officials that 
the court met again a week later 
and "backed away partially" from 
tlie original ruling. The court at 
that time, according to Byrd, 
said it did not mean to free all 
criminals convicted on confessions, 
ju^'t a part of them. 

Byrd's criticism of the new Su- 
preme Court ruling was enthusias- 
tically received by the tew en- 
forcement officers attending the 
ses-ion. 

Senator Byrd also praised the 
accomplishments of Virginia law 
enforcement agencies. He noted 
that the national crime rate was 
up last year by five percent, but 
that Virginia's average was up 
only two percent. Byrd also added 
his sympathy to the police offic- 
ials because of what he called 
"erosion of re=;pect for law and 
order by the public and the ham- 
stringing by courts." 

Byrd again hit upon familiar 
notes in his campaign issues con- 
( Continued on Page 4 A) 



500 Doctors 
To Meet Here 

VIRGINIA BE.\ClH-^oted heart 
specialists wOl be among nearly 
500 physicians from across the 
nation attending the Medical Sym- 
posium to be held at the Cavalier 
Hotel this weekend. 

This is the largest medical meet- 
ing to be held in Virginia. 

This symposium is sponsored by 
the Tidewater Heart Association 
and the American Heart Associa- 
tion. 

It was planned by the THA and 
the Professiaial Biducation Com- 
mittee. The chairman of the com- 
mittee is Dr. Bernard Miller and 
members of the committee are. 
Doctors W. A. Dick'nsan, J K. 
.Newby Jr./ D. W. Drew, J. D. 
Lea, E. A. Morgan, E. F. Pout- 
asse, E. H. Rossheim. F. E. Row- 

11 and iCapt.) William Snyder. 



Its A Dogs Life For 
Bur Of Animal Control 



By H. Joseph Lowenthal, Jr. 

R. L. Reed and the three m^n 
who work with him really do lead 
a dog's life in Virginia Beach. And 
sometimes they even lead a cat's 
life or the life of any other domes- 
ticated animal. The problem is, 
that there are only these four men 
to ssrve the entire city cf Virgin- 
a Beach as the Bureau of Animal 
C:.ntrol of the Police Division. 

Reed say- it is n<;arly impossible 
tc answer all the many omphints 
that come in daily, much less pa- 
trol the city. There are between 
75 and 125 complaLnt calls coming 
:n to the Bureau of Animal Con- 
trol each month. In some months, 
notably "Dog Days" in August, 
fliere are even more. So if you 
feu in a complaint and the officer 
does not show up immediately, 
try to understand he is a little 
busy. 

'Although there are no laws cov- 
ering cats, there are very specific 
laws governing dogs. No one is 
permitted to have ^ vicious dog 
or a dog deemed a nuisance, and 
no dog is pemnitted to run at large 
on streets or private property or 
beaches. Dogs are required to 
have licenses. And it is the re- 
sponsibility of the four representa- 
tives of the Animal Control Bur- 
eau to enforce these laws, as well 
as carrying out nianerous other 
duties. 

The officers confine dogs run- 
ning at large and issue summons- 
es to owners when they can be 
located. They also must be on the 
lookout for any "mad dog", and 
aid the Public Health departnnent 
in any ease where a dog hdte oc- 
curs. The responsibility in that 
case may mean tracking down the 
guilty dog and quarantining the 
animal until checks for rabies can 
be made. 

The Bureau, in additiMi, runs 
a dog "hotel" for strays or those 
picked up for confinement. If the 

15 ATTEND MEETING 



owner picks the animal up, a 
charge ner day is made for the 
confinement. If not, the animal is 
s':Id for "adoption". Although the 
disposal of dead animals is the 
oi'.ner'i re-pons:b;lity, the Bursau 
Will assume that responsibility for 
a small fee. 

In Jther words, i'.'s a let ?f work 
for four men to handle, when all 
tlie paper work attached to the 
jcb has to be done too. Tha "adap- 
I'on servica" i? Raed's favorit' 
j.'j. Although he is a "dog-ca'clv 
er". he admits to having & soft 
heart. He helps the animals find 
a ho.me, whenever passible. 

The mo-t compla'nt^ where dogs 
are concerned come fro.m home- 
owners who get tired cf having 
a stray or even someone's pet 
tearing up their law'ns, turning 
over their garbage cans or chas-^ 
ing their automobiles. 

"1 try to warn an owner the 
first time", said Reed. "But the 
second time his dog is found at 
large or without a license, I issue 
a summons." 

The fines are stiff and the costs 
of court are high. It behooves a 
dog owner to obey the law. Reed 
added that if anyone wants fur- 
ther information (rf the subject or 
interpretation of the laws, his of- 
fice is always available to answer 
questions and convplaints. He also 
invited anyone who wishes to come 
to the kennels on Bonney Road 
and look around. The phone num- 
ber of the Animal Control Bureau 
is 497-4787. 

Reed and his men are consci- 
encious police officers. They, like 
all policemen, are dedicated pub- 
lic servants, and they have a 
tough job. Not only do they have 
to cope with the owners but they 
always stand a chance of being 
bitten, by the animal that is. 

'Most people are very coopera- 
tive," said Reed. And" when they 
aren't they get a chance to tell 
it to the judge." 



Little Dissension At 
Recreation Forum Mon. 



By Douglas Barnes 

VIRGE^LA BE.'^CH - Indicative 
of little dissension, and later prov. 
ed by a lOO'^r "aye" of handrais- 
ing, the Parks and Recreation 
Commi.«sion held its third public 
Forum Monday night at the King's 
Grant Elementary' School. Present 
on the platform we^e Maury Rigan. 
to. chairman; Marion Wrenn, chap- 
lain, R. E. Dorer, Ma=on Gamage, 
chairman of City Planning Com- 
mittee. Stanley Phillips, Assist- 
ant Commonwealth Attorney of 
Virginia Beach. William McClurg, 
architect for the city .and Harold 
Whitehurst, director of the Com- 
mission. 

Only 15 person-' attended, but 
as Riganto remarked. "This is a 

AT FO.P. CONVENTION 



good sign, because when we have 
a large attendance at one of these 
Forums, it usually means that 
there will be a negative and com- 
plaining attitude toward the Mas- 
ter Plan. Of course the sole pur- 
pose of these meetings is to ex- 
plain to the residents in the dif- 
ferent areas the pr^ent and future 
plans for the recreational facilities, 
the parks, and the physical edu- 
cational undertakings which are in 
the Master Plan for the next 20 
years. Our plans are elastic, and 
can be altered. We are a demo- 
cratic group, working for the good 
of all the citizens of this wonderful 
city. Any problem of yours is iiat. 
urally ours, also.' 

(Continued on Page 3— Ai 




Policemen Refuse To 
Criticize Court Decisions 



Council Approves 
Facelifting Of The 
Courthouse Front 



THE THT^ FLOOR ^ tto Vtaiiaia BcMk City Jafl wm taraed trer ts tlie ctty laM week alter Ite ctwJ- 
pJetioi. The addMoa UtA about eight months to eomplete aad c^ u ertimaled $M.ew. It viO abmwt 
dM^ He ptmaA capacity of the jail. It incliufes up-to-date featorcs ta b^Utaig, ptamU^, etc. 

tSHSbtf Phato) 



VIRGIN'A FE.\CH-The FO.P. 
As oc-iates Monday approved two 
r?snli.tion-' asking the nixt s.'ssion 
of the Virginia General A-sembly 
to .secure m:rc aid for police train- 
in;:. 

The police cslkd for 'f'(.rt= t) 
require a minimum of two years 
cf college training for ail p>l ce 
officers and a minimum of 200 
classrown hourj of training 

"Hie mcfrbers of the conven!iKi 
also rejected a reio!ut:on criticiz- 
ing the recei* decisions of the 
United States Supreme Court re- 
garding police inv^igating and 
questioning procedures. 

On (Megiate eomm^ited that the 
the«7 that policemen shouW not 
critidK the owrt trou^it on the 



rej'ctJon when the resolution was 
introduced by one of the many 
committees. 

Despite the members killing the 
mticn. L^? to"!ic received much 
discw-wion at the thres-day meet- 
ing at the Cavalier Hotel. 

In Pthcr action, the state offi- 
cers of the FO.P. were elcetcd 

The Officers are: Frank S. Dol- 
ing of Riehmend. president: S:d 
nev Cherry of .Norfelk. vice presi- 
dent; Gordon Baird cf Charlotts- 
ville, secretarv; and W. A. Hudson 
cf Roanoke, treasurer. 

E A. iSonny Cuh^erhouse, per- 
sonnel dirwrtor of the City of Vff- 
ginia teach, was rei^)pointed leg- 
islative ckiirman ht the organiza. 



VIRGINIA BEACH-City Council, 
at its regular meeting Monday 
morr.ing autno. ;z;d the renovation 
of t;ie front of .tns Circuit lourt 
hui'd.ng at Princess Anne Court 
House. 

The c.ty will advertise for con- 
struction bids for the project. The 
jc'o calls lor the replacement of the 
rotten, second-itory porch and 
brick and wooden columns with 
five columns rising two stories 
high, keeping the motif in pattern 
with the entrance of the clerk's 
office which is located next door. 

The Building, parts of which 
were first constructed in about 
1820, will assume a colonial style. 

A. J. Qiewing, III whose archi- 
tectural firm designed the renova- 
tion, said it would cost an esti- 
mated $12,000 for tlie face-lifting. 
He said the raising of the five col- 
umns would be cheaper than re- 
placing the porch and would en- 
hance the appearance of the old 
structure. 

The porch was found unsafe 
about a month ago when the city 
engineer's office conducted a sur- 
vey (<f the soundness of the old 
building. 

CouncB also made a giant step 
in the recreation problan Monday 
when it j^reed to pm'chase the 
former NBte Site south of Kemps- 
ville for $75,000. The site includes, 
21 acres of land, and several 
buildings used as the headquarters 
for the Parks and Recreation Com- 
mission. The city has been at- 
tempting to purchase the land 
from the federal governmait for 
some time now. 

Council also agreed to require 
persons here on military duty pur- 



chase a city tag. at the price of 
$1 for "identification purposes". 
The Icken charge will cuvtr the 
is.-juance of the tags. 

An ordinance approved by c;jun- 
cil on the tags will go before coun- 
cil for its final approval at tiie 
next regular meeting. 

City Attorney Harry Marshall 
said the ordinance was required 
because high courts have ruled 
that the city can not sell revenue- 
producing tags to the servicemen. 
He said the city w 11 not require 
servicemen to purchase the $10 
city tags that everyone else buys 
unless they purchase regular Vir- 
ginia tags. 

Four new members of the Vir- 
ginia Beach School Board werp ap- 
pointed Monday— two for 18- 
month terms, two for six-month 
terms. 

Those appointed were: Dr. Roy 
A. Woods, a 52-year-o!d profess ;)r 
at Norfolk State College; Dr. 
Charles P. Fletcher, a 40-year-old 
dentist; Robert H. DeFord, Jr.. a 
34-year-old dairy farmer; and 
James L. Kitchin, a 45-year-old 
insurance man. 

Council appointed Woods and 
Kitchin to 18-month terms and 
Fletcher and DeFord to six-month 
terms. The four new members will 
serve as "at large" representatives 
while incumbent piembers of the 
beard will represent the seven 
buroughs of Vh'ginia Beach. The 
new members take office tomor- 
row. 

In other action, Council: 

% Voted to raise the salary of 
City Manager W. Russell Hatchett 
by $2,000 next fiscal year 'beginn- 
ing July 1). It raised his yearly 
salary to $20,500. 



9 Approved .$l..vOO rai.sss f.ir 
Judges Ricna:d R. KelLm and 
Kcjirt S, Wii^iab for the next 
fL;eal year. 

9 Took, final action en the 
i.dupticn o! a o.ie per cent r jtail 
sales tax aid acc^mjanylng ordi- 
nance* and the repeal o: the pre.-r 
ent t'.vo pS;- cent retail <a!3s tax 
and accomp:inying ordinances on 
or before Sept. 1 wh^n the stite 
two pe-' cent retail sales tax comes 
into effect. 

% Approved an appropriation 
of $53,000 to buy a sewage lagoon 
in Kemp.sville Borough. Council- 
men S. Brown of Prineess .Vnn? 
Borough and Kenneth Wliitehurst 
of Pungo Borough voted against 
the mea.-.ure. 

9 Voted to give several acres 
of land at the intersection of 
Oceana a.-.d General Booth Boule- 
vard to the newly formed Virginia 
Beach chapter of the S-P.C.A. 

% Authorized City Attorney 
Harry Marshal! to acquire by pur- 
chase or condemnation if neces- 
sary, two small parcels of land 
that are needed in the Little Is- 
land Park area to complete the 
city's plans for a recreation area 
there. 

In .'■urprise move, council reject- 
ed, on second reading an ordinance 
which would reduce the tax against 
certain types of entertiinir. n! 
shows In the resoit city. The new- 
levy would have to let .sh')vvs a/; 
fairs been put on for chairitable 
or'!anizatlons and the like for only 
$100 do'lars a day instead of the 
present tax of $300 a day plus one 
per cent of the proceeds impo>rd 
against any carnival, or tent irfiow. 
There was no rea.son given for the 
move by council. 



MISS VIRGINIA' PAGEANT 



Jaycees Plan Trip To Roanoke 



VIRGINIA MIACH-The Virgin, 
ia Beach Jaycees drew up final 
plans Tuesday night for the an- 
nual "Miss Virginia Beach" pag- 
eant to be held in August at the 
.\lan B. Shepherd Civic Center. 

Deborah Bryant, the reigning 
'Miss America" will be on hand 
for the selection of a new repre- 
sentative for Virginia Beach in 
the "Miss Virginia" contest, held 
each year in Roanoke. 

Bill Stewert, chairman for the 
function said the club will offer 
more than $700 in scholarships 
and nunfeivwis other valuable priz. 
es will be awarded to "Miss Vir- 
ginia Beach " and her runner-up. 

Stewert said a week (rf social 
activities for the contestants and 



their families will precede the big 
event. 

All interested girls are asked to 
call Bill at 497-9126. 

Also at the meeting, . final ar- 
rangements were made for the 
current "Miss Virginia Beach" to 
travel to Roanoke for the "Mi-s 
Virginia" pageant next week. 

Cathy Carson, "Miss Virginia 
Beach", her chaperone, Mrs. Jan- 
et Fishel, Cathy's mother, .Mrs. 
Carson, and Bill Stewert, her spon- 
^ox, will leave Monday at 11 a.m. 
from the Dome. 

Cathy will remain in Roundke 
through Saturday night when the 
"Miss Virginia" for 1!>66 Ls an- 
nounced. Stewert said the group 
will stay at the Hotel Rjan.ke 



while there. 

Cathy, for her talent portion cf 
the contest, plans to sing selec- 
tions from "Mary Poppins" and 
"Stop the World— I Want to Get 
Off". 

The Saturday night final ju(i4- 
ing and selection will be televised 
across the state. 



Warehousemen 

VIRCIVIA BEACH - The Bright 
Bell NSar Ji()u.>e .-\.ssociat:on, a 
i;r;,up tluit repre.se'nts more than 
4C0 t(*)acc«o warehouse firms on * 
the vv.A toa t will hold a three- 
d;iy convention in Virginia Beach 
next v(ik. 




PtmEK WAS TVRI^D ON irt tte traffic aigul sjfttem liere at the tatemiiiw af Swre Dri\e and Vir- 
gMa Bea<A Baokvard. 1%e ^it^n ii the teal pM- tba of a c^nplete tchofltUag af the talersecttoB, the 
sc«ie ri mtmy a cch torta . The cairfraiai hi tuntag was solved with the ia^tid^hm ol torabg bmes. TUs 
KMvattM had hcM la the plaiahn nd tiwInirtlaH lU^t far ikmA lix mm/Skt hrfare K araa fhi^ com- 
(Sua I%fl«a by Moore) 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 30, 1966 

Tri'Gamma House Party 



j4mfS mihanged 



VmSDlA EEACa-Tri Gsnvma 
S.rorih' has cace again succoss- 
liUIj' h'.]d her anmal house paity. 
T iS ycj;- (he hous? party irarkil 
l.j Gsiame's tenth anniversary. 
TJc hcui^ party was held for o.ie 
woik b£g;nnir.g June 5 on 38Lh 
£i. ai.i Oojanlr^r.t. 

Oil Monday and Wednesd^', tlie 



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• ENTERTAINMENT 

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• 6ARTERETTE 
DANCERS 



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eatrrtainment was provided by the 
"cir^htiy Faba'^uc ChaMbers." On 
Fr.djy and S-^tLirday. "Ken Tiki 
and liie Rafters" furnished the 

IT.UiiC. 

Tr.e sorority would like to cx- 
pr£;s tiie.r de;p t.iank- to t.'.s 
ch2..eronc5: Mr. and Mrs. C Ptte 
Murden, Mr. and Mrs. M^nroa 
l-arnier, Mrs. Billy Howard, The 
] Jenn^Ue dotective (when we hir- 
i ed*. and two alumnae. Mrs. As.i- 
ky HaycDX and MiS: .....y F „ihr. 

T-ie merr-bers aiso tiunk Mr. 
Pagj Preston for helping tiienti 
wILt Lw lease. The Sj.jrlty is 
iiianKiul for the support of their 
■i ter sorority Phi S:gn.a Psi of 
Norfolk and lor the tdd jcbs done 
by Kenny Todd. Jj.in English, Lee 
j T.iompson. B^bby Waiker, Sandy 
j Dillon, and Winslow Stiliman. 

j The sorority metrJbers also thank 
i their parents and all the people 
I who came and made the house 
I party a fun-fiUed success. 

I The newly elected officers are: 
; Betsy Bowen, president; Kathy 
! Womack, vice-president; Susan 
Lacouture, treasurer (from Coun- 
try Day School I; Betty Wood, re 
cording secretary; Nancy Suther- 
land, corresponding secretary; 
Connie Jones, chaplaui; and Becky 
'Hauser, sergeant-atnarms (from 
Virginia Beach High School). 

The goats recently elected Geor- 
gia McQuilkin goat mistress at 
Country Day School, and Maggie 
Beavers goat mistress at Virginia 
Beach High School. 




Mrs. Franklin Estrille Dickerson, Jr. 

quet; 



VIRGINIA BEAOH-The marriage 
of Miss Barbara Clevenger, daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stan- 
ley Clevenger, of Winchester, Vir- 
ginia, to Franklin Hstrille Dicker- 
son, Jr., son of, Mr. and Mrs. 
Franklin L. Dickersnn of Virginia 
Beach took place Ju»e 25th in the 
First Presbyterian Church Chapel 
in Winchester. 

The Rev. Jamss Jackson, Pas- 
tor, officiated, assisted by the 
Rev. RajTOond Wormeldorf. assist- 
ant minister. 

Given in marriage by her father, 
the bride wore a dress of peau de 
sole, with an embroidered organza 
bodice. Her headpiece was a circ- 
let of orange blossoms with veil. 
Summer flowers formed her bou- 



St. Nicholas WC 

VIRGINIA BE.\GH - Ttis hi^. 
Lght of the June meeting of the 
St. Nicholas Women's Club was a 
Bjjle Vigil he'd at the Church. 
Th3 service was mcst inspiring 
and conducted by Father Taomas 
M. Summers, Par-teK-, and attended 
by members of the ckb, ofQcers 
from the Tidewater Deanery, and 
visitors from other parishes. The 
B.jle msd'tation was on the rela- 
tionship between tlie Sacrament of 
Confirmation and women's work. 
Verses were read from St. Paul, 
John, Isiaah and others {or nnedi- 
taticn. 

At the meeting, Mrs. Helen Mar. 
maud, chairman for Christian Wo- 
men for Decency, axplain:d the 
woA of the g'oup. Their purpose 
is to rid tine ne^slands of litera- 
ture not suitable for children's 
viev.ing. The gi^U'p, begun at St. 
Nidiolas, has been joined by other 
denominations of the area. Stores 
cooperating witii the display of 
decent literature will be awardsd, 
a certificate for display, signed by 
the clergy of the churches. 




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Mrs. Douglas R. McDaniel of 
Westfield, New Jer^y, sister of 
the bride, was matron of honor 
and her bridesmakis were Miss 
Ann Clevenger of Winchester, sis- 
ter of t.he bride, and Mrs. Gwei} 
Bragg,/ of Virginia Beach, sister of 
the Bridegroom. 

Mr. Dickerson was his sons 
beit man. The ushers were Oliver 
Reedy of Chester, Va., and Doug- 
las R. McDanisl. 

Following the ceremony, the 
parents of thef bride entertained at 
a reception at their hi»ne. 

After a wedding trip, the couple 
will reside in Chester, Va. 




Mrs. Robert E. Weast 
MILLER-WEAST 

VIRGINIA BEACH -Mr. and 
Mrs. John Miller announce the 
wedding of their daughter Patri- 
cia Ann to Robert E. Weast, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Weast of 
Virginia Beach. 

The wedding took place June 18 
in Currituck, N. C. 

The bride attended Cox High 
School, The groom attended Prin- 
cess Anne. 

The couple is now residing in 
Morrow, Ohio. 



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of Virginia Beach was recently 
elected Lieutenant Governor of 
Girls State, which 586 girls at- 
tended in Radford, Va. 



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Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Murphy of 
Virginia Beach celebrated th?ir 
25th wedding anniversary June 26. 

* * * ' 

City Sgt. John E. Marr wishes 
to express his gratitude for the 
many cards and notes during the 
time of his berevement. 




AT THE WAFKK), left io right, were Mr. and Mrs. James Mchenry's (social diairman), Mr. and Mrs. 
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Mrs. Leland Keck 
KECK-TODD 

VIRGINIA BEACH -The mar- 
riage of Miss Carol Ann Todd to 
Lt. (j.g.) Leland Stanford Keck, 
Jr., U.S.N.R. took place Saturday 
June 18 at 4 p.m. in Eastern 
Shore Ch^l. The Rev. Sidney B. 
Sanders officiated. 

Given in marriage by her fa- 
ther, the bride wore a gown of 
white taffeta. The lace bodice was 
fashioned with a scalloped neck- 
line and trimmed with seed pearls. 
Lace appliques on the skirt were 
accented with handmade roses. 
The chapel train fell from floating 
panels of lace and taffeta. Her 
shoulder length tulle veil was held 
In place with handmade roses. 
The bride carried a bouquet of 
white roses and tuberoses. 

Miss Constance Lee Griggs of 
Nashua, N. H. was maid of honor 
and only attendant. Lt. (j. g.) 
Christopher Wrenshaw of Pitts- 
burg, Pa. was best man. 

The swordsmen were Lt. (j.g.) 
Clarence Glover of Spartanburg, 
S.C, Ensign James F. McDonald 
of Woonsocket, R. I. and Naval 
Reservist William C. Keck of Col- 
legeville, Pa., brother of the 
groom. 

The bride is the daughter of Mr. 
Bill Eugene Todd of Va. Beach. 

Lt. Keck is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Keck, Sr., of CoUegeville, 
Pa. 

A reception followed the cere- 
mony at the home of Miss Orville 
Harwood. 

After a northern wedding trip, 
the couple will reside in the Pine- 
wood (hardens Apartments, Nor- 
folk. 



By Doi^las Barnes 

VIRGINIA BEACH - We sp&cit 
many we^ends at Virginia col- 
leges in our more youthful days, 
but the University never seemed 
to beckon. A Virginia Man was dif- 
ferent. A dignity and a casual dis- 
r^ard for vntnm usuidly kept us 
in awe and maybfe that's why we 
returned other tokens of affection, 
and accepted the jeweled emblem 
of a true Cavalier— His "frat" pin. 

At least 80 Wahoos entertained 
at a buffet and social hour recent- 
ly at Cape Colony Club, honoring 
their 'Women' altho' many lawmen 
were at the state conventwn at the 
Cavalier. No business was brought 
up and everyone present enjoyed 
an evening of sedate conviviality. 

C. N. P. Johnson is the newly 
elected president of the men, suc- 
ceeding J. Peter Holland, III, E. 
H. Langhom is vice-president; 
James E. Crocker is secretary; 
and Wyndam Brown is treasurer 
of this fast moving group. 

The crowd circled around the 
buffet table, ladened with pyra- 
mids of jumbo shrimp on crisp 
heads of lettuce, minature meal 
balls in Mexican saucs, veal biids 
and silver bowls of cheese dips. 
Old friendships were renewed; new 
ones were fomoed in the spirit bf 
the orange and blue. 

Dress was casual, but we noted 
the "in" yellow-striped sport coat 
of Langhome, the natty dull gray- 
green suit of Bruce Murphy (he's 
just opened a new law office next 
to the Chamber of Commerce), the 
brown tones sported in- satorial el- 
egance by "'Duck" Braithwaite, 
and the conservative blue of Jor- 
dan Ball, H, whose gou game, is 
known throughout the south. Jbnn-, 
son wore a blue British blazer with 
gold butt<)ns and an orange "V" | 
embroidered on flie pocket) His tie 
was blue with or^inge stripes. 

Mrs. Hoyt Capps, |,witii' Mr. 
C^pps and their daughter and son- 
in-'law, Mr. and Mrs., John Rich- 
mond, wore an ac^a silk cocktail^ 
dress. Mrs. Howard Gill's d^ep 
lined blue linen with large white 
cape collar was outstanding while 
Mrs. Hergert Smith's coral-red 
sleeveless cocktail shift made her 
blue eyes dance. Mrs. Jordan Ball 
looked like a high school girl in 
her summer sa5sie. Mrs. Jossph 
P. Sadler wore black chiffon, and 
Mrs. "Duck" Braithwaite's white 
silk jersey comf^imentsd her deep 
tan. Mrs. Peter Hix's white crepe 
with low-cut crushed square neck- 



line was lovely, and Mrs. Donald 
Rhodes looked smart in Navy blue. 

Mwng others attending were 
Mrs. Langhorne, Mrs. Cronder, 
Mrs. Brown, Peter iHix, Howard 
GiH, Herbert Smith, IH, Mr. and 
Mrs. Mike Fox, Mrs. Bruce Mur- 
phy, Mr. and Mrs. (Jcorge Hogan. 
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Meredith, Mr. 
and Mrs. James McKenry, and 
Mrs. Artie Liles. 

A turkey red, .semi-fonrial worn 
with pearls by Mrs. Johnson was 
chic. 

Mr. Thomas Jefferson and Dr 
Edgar Shannon would h?v<3 en- 
joyed this Walioo >\ith vviics. 



Birchwood GC 

VIRGINIA BEACH-^rs. R. A. 
Winston Jr., of the Oakdale Farms 
Garden Club installed Mrs. Carol 
Hyland as First VicePresident, 
Mrs. Jane Lee Saunders, Second 
Vice-President, Mrs. Jean Lear- 
nard, Corresponding Secretary, 
Mrs. Lorna Bridenstine. Recordinf! 
Secretary and Mrs. Eve Davis, 
Treasurer, at the installing ban- 
quet held at the Black Angus in 
Virginia Beach. 

Mrs. Saunders, Awarded the an- 
nual award for tlie Arrangements 
to Mrs. Hyland. The Novice Award 
for Arrangements and the Horti- 
culture .l-ward for the year was 
won by Mrs. Bridenstine. 

Mrs. Davis was awarded the 
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The following new officers for 
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TWO ATTRACTIVE CAMPAIGNERS SHOW OfF POSTERS. Mrs. A. WUlis Robertson. Jr., daughter- 
in-law of Senator/ Robert^n and Mrs. W. P. Kellam, of Virginia Beach examine the Senator's re-election 
posters at his Virginia Beach can^paign headquarters. 

MRS. A. W. ROBERTSON, JR. VISITS BEACH 

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VIRGINIA BEACH— "I'm here ertson marveled at the changes mond, but plans to be back in 
in lieu of Mother Robertson. I and growth in Virginia Beach. She Virginia Beach before the cam- 
wish she could be here. She's so .said she was so surprised to see paign ends. 

eloquent", said the charming lady so many new motels, and hotels. ; 

as she chatted easily with report- Gloria Roberton is a native of 

ers and campaign workers at her Chattanooga, Tennessee, and has 

father-in-law's campaign headquar- lived all her life either there or 



ters on Atlantic Aveni-e in Virgin- 
ia Beach. 

The attractive blonde with a 
quick wit and a twinkle in her 
eye is Mrs. A. Willis Robertson, 
Jr., wife of Atlanta investment 
banker, A. Willis Robertson, Jr., 
and daughter-in-law of U. S. Sen- 
ator A. Willis Robertson, now run- 



in Atlanta, Georgia, which easily 
explains her soft Southern speech. 
She has only been married to Sen- 
ator Robertson's son for about 
four-and-a-half years. "He was a 
'mature bachelor' when I married 
him", she said merrily. 

The younger Robertsons have no 
children, but Mrs. Robertson said 



In the Question and Answer per- 
iod which followed, Mrs. IJaskell, 
of King's Grant, Mrs. Theresa 
Worrell, Allen John Maillot, Joe 
Fazio, and others asked questions 
concerning trespassing on their 
property, littering, etc., and were 
told that the city had no juris- 
iction over privately owned prop- 
erty. A right of way was also dis- 
cussed. Fazio was most compli- 
mentary in his remarks concern- 
ing the fine job that the city was 
VIRGINIA BE.\CH— The Fourth of doing in its recreational facilities 
July holiday weekend is expected and plans for the young and the 
to bring thousands of fun-seeking elderly in cwnparison to other 
people to Virginia Beach beginn- cities in which he had formerly 
ing Friday. lived. 



(Continued from Page I— A) 

McClurg disclssed the architec- 
tural set-up of t.he Master Plan 
and expressed hape, someday for 
an Aquarium, an Amphitheatre, 
and large gardens of flowers and 
shrubs. 

Carnage spoke specifically of 
the plans for District 3, which will 
tentatively include King's Grant 
Sandlat, Birchwood, Buchanan, 
Pinewood, and Pinetree Park, and 
spoke of Virginia Beach's being 
a recreational Utopia with its nat. 
ural wiidlifa, open lands, shore 
lands, etc. A beautifully drawn 
map was shewn, and Tim Barrow, 
a U.V.A. student with the Com- 
mission for the 2nd year, was in- 
troduced as a summer assistant. 

Dorer made 3 financial points 
clear: (D It is necessary to have THE STATE CONVENTION of Commonwealths attorneys completed 
and to own land. (2) Land must a successful three-day meeting at the Cavalier Hotel recently. On the 
be developed. (3) It must be main, final day, the ladies, informally dressed in shorts and shifts, gathered 
tained and operated, and this takes around the poll terrace before lunch, sipped beverages and watched as 
money. He also mentioned the de- Rose Hall's professional models paraded before (hem. Breathtaking, 
sire of the Commission for the yet moderately price swimsuits. beachwear, street, afternoon, cocktail 
gifts of Memorial Parks, land to and evening wear were shown. As we approached the party, one of the 
be donated in memory of a loved girls was coming up the stairway and paused awaiting her cue. At- 
one, and then developed by the torney's president, Robert L. (Bob) Simpson. Commonwealth Attorney 

of Virginia, who was highly responsible for bringing (he convention to 
the beach and two other attorneys from Danville attempt to escort one 
of the beauties on the runway. Alt!iough her eyes said yes, her lips 
said no, and the gentlemen lost their case. ( I'hoto by Cassandra ) 




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Expected July "i 



Most hotels and motels along the 



ning for re-election in the July 12 they have two "four-legged chil- o<'eanfront report that they are ' 



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Democratic Primary. 
Mrs. Robertson, known affec- 



dren". She referred to her two 
large dogs, one a seventy-pound 

tioiiately'as "Gb<ilo'''aaken7rom '^"f ^^ f^^' ^"'^. "^"^^ <>^ ^"'=''- 

Gloria) when asked if she enjoyed '"S'^^'" ^^^^t^' V"-g""a- 
campaigning, said quickly in a she is a graduate of a Girls' 

delightful Southern accent. "We Prep School m Chattanooga and a 

don't call it campaigning. I'm just graduate of Pine Manor Jr. College 

in Virginia visiting with people. ]„ Wellsley, Massachusetts. She 

That's my contribuUon." But with confided, "I went there because 

'•Glo^Jlo" on Robertson's team, jt „as a good way to get into 
there is a definite campaign ad- 
vantage. 

"I haven't been to Vu-ginia 
Beach in twenty years", she said. 
Then she assumed a rather shock 



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weeks. 9 will be discussed then. 

F.O.P. Ladies Meet At Beach 



By Douglas Barnes 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The Sev- 
enth Biennial Conference of the 
Fraternal Order of Police of Vir- 
ginia, Inc., has just finished a 
successfid meeting with around 



Wellsley without taking College 

Boards.'' 
After college, Mrs. Robertson 

made her debut in Chattanooga, 200 persons enjoying a three-day 

, , - then in addition to her various gathering of business, fun and fel- 

ed look and added. "I remember <,ivic activities became fashion co- lowship at the Cavalier Hotel, 

when my father used to say he ordinator for a large and exclu- The Ladies Auxiliary of the 

remembered something that had give store in her home town. Her f.O.P., after their registration of 

talenLs were soon recognized, and delegates and guests last Sunday, 

she moved to Atlanta to a large held a State Auxiliary Board of 



happened twenty years ago. I used 
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women's store in the same posi- 
tion, and just prior to her mar- 
riage was fas^hion director at one 
of Atlanta's largest and finest de- 
partment stores. 

"I haven't worked outside the 
home since marriage." she said. 
"But I think I work harder nw 
in the home." One cf her hobbies 
is- cooking, althuiigh she said sHl' 
used to enjoy golf immensely. Two 
serious auto accidents within a 
year curtailed her golfing, she 



Directors meeting in the Williams- 
burg Riiom. That evening a cock- 
tail hour and a reception for the 
entire assembly, sponsored by the 
state F.O.P. associates was held 
in the pool lounge of the hotel and 
overflowed into the lobby and ad- 
jaining terraces. 

Mrs. Estclle DavLs, publicity 
chairman, was hostess to this re- 
j)orter, who spoke to police Lieu- 
tenant Harry Terry, who coordi- 
nated the three-day affair. He 



said wistfully. She added that she mentioned Harry F. Byrd Jr.'s 
also loves to travel. She appears acceptance as the banquet speaker 
to be thriving on this trip. Monday night, although the Sen- 
Her husband Ls a shy person, ;,tor's "schedule was very tight, 
"ahhough he is 'gotxl at .selling The banquet was held in the Co- 
stocks and bonds over the tele- lonial Room and was followed by 
phone", she said laughingly. She a (jance at the Cevalier Beach 
quickly added that he is not in club. The ladies were also guests 
politics at all and that he does of the tea dance held Sunday af- 



wealth's Colors and pinned with 
(Jertrude Spicer; Mary Alice Da- 
vis; Lois Buling and Lil Lloyd. 
Upon the wall hung the large 
placque of the police insignia, a 
foreboding reminder of respect for 
the law. 

The ladies attended the banquet 
in formal attire. Evening shifts 
of brocade, beaded chiffons, pas- 
tel crepe de chines and sassy sum. 
mer cotton formals were featured. 
Ruffles and short skirts were pop- 
ular. After the banquet the ladies 
and their escorts danced at the 
Cavalier Beach Club. 

On Tuesday morning the final 
busine.=-s session of the F.O.P. and 
their Auxiliary was followed by a 
meeting of the new officers and 
board of directors. 

The auxiliary officers are: Vir- 
ginia Toler, president: Barbai-a 
Terry, immediate past president; 
Gloria Hicks, vice president; .Anne 
Woods, treasurer; Joann Peters, 
conductor; and Dorothy Journal, 
guard. 

Trustees are: Eva Longworth, 
Old Dominion No. 1; Gloria Mor- 
gan, John Marshall No. 2; Dorothy 
Miller, Commodore No. 3; Estelle 
Davis, Princess Anne No. 8; Ae- 
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not like to make speeches at all. 
even though he has to often in his 
work. 

Mrs. Rnbcrts.on has only been 
in Virginia a few days on her 
current trip and is making t'ne 
rounds of "coffees", "teas" and 
ralhes on behalf of the candidacy 
of her father-in-lnw. Besides chat- 
ting with campaign workers, she 
was the guest of honor Tuesday 
at a coffee at the Capes, attended 
by a large number of Robert -on 
supporters, including many men. 
From Virginia Beach she trav- 
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ternoon at the Beach Club, though 
the weather was unpredictable. 

On Monday morning the Ladies 
.•\uxiliary held a Presidents' Break- 
fast for slate officers and Canfer- 
ence Chaplains, .\fter the official 
oiwning of the F.O.P. in the Co- 
lonial R^m the Ladies .Auxiliary, 
thtir ass3ciat&'; and guests held 
their fii'st busines meeting. A sec- 
ond one was held in the afternoon. 

Over fifty ladies, with the of- 
ficers seated at a table graced with 
a large center piece of gold glad- 
iolas and blue bachelor buttons. 
discussed business and then ad- 
journed for luncheon. The officers 
wore with their fashionable morn- 
ing outfits, the gold and blue rib- 
bon emblems of the FOP. Aux- 
iliary with the police star as a 
ined:ili;.";n pendant. They were 
Myrtle Powell, Auxiliary Conduct- 
or: Barbara Terry, President; 
.Faiqueline Aldridge, National Con- 
ductor and Slate Trustee; Virginia 
Toler. Vice-pres.; Elsie Beer, Re- 
cording Sec.; and Chief Trustee; 
Beat.ncc Perkins, Trustee, and 
Gkria Hicks. Coordinator. Mrs. 
.1 E. Moore, wife of Beach Chief 
Ms'irc was also present. Mrs. Ter- 
ry appointed Committees on: Cre- 
dcntia's, House, Honor, Publicity. 
Organization, Ritual. Residency 
and others. 

A secret session followed the ap- 
pointments and we left in time 
to note the Richmond Honor Guard 
composed of 4 pretty ladiei from 
Lodge n. Th^' wore the blue sat- 
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for the tieups. This may or may not be 
the case in Virginia Beach, but the en- 
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cussion. 

The city of Virginia Beach has two 
major traffic problems right now. They 
are, obviously enough the only two 
east-west routes from Norfolk to the 
resort area. . .Virginia Beach Boulevard 
and the Shore Drive. The problems on 
t)Oth are being rectified now. 

Shore Drive will no longer be a prob- 
lem after December first of this year. 
The long awaited second span across 
Lynnhaven Inlet will be finished then. 
Then the four-laning will be complete 
from Norfolk to fort Story. Plans are in 
the works to finish the four-laning all 
the way to Atlantic Avenue in the fut- 
ure, but that area is not necessarily a 
problem now. So this summer when 
traffic is heavy, there is nothing that 
can be done. We must wait. 

The Norfolk to Virginia Beach Toll 
Road is almost one-third complete, and 
running far ahead of schedule. It gen- 
erally parallels Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard, and with its completion will come 
the end of the problems on Virginia 
Beach Bpulevard. There has been incor- 
rect aiticism that construction on the 
massive Laskin Road interchange is 
jamming traffic badly. This just isn't so. 
The same tieups were there last year 
when there was no construction. 

We regret that the traffic problems 
have become so critical, but this should 
be the last full year of it. The city just 
grew too fast for the construction of 
roads to keep up and more and more 
tourists come here every year, jamming 
the roads more. 

Those who are in the habit of criti- 
cizing had better take a good look at 
all the construction and be thankful for 
the great progress being made for the 
future of our city. 

Pulling On The Dog 

s 

A irlsnd of ours owns a freedom- 
loving dog that stays in the yard all the 
time. The unlicensed, ancient animal 
was let out of the yard the other day by 
some neighborhood children. That of- 
fense cost nearly twenty-five dollars, 
and no warning was given the owner 
by the "dog-catcher." The incident is 
unfortunate, and we think the price tag 
on the incident is a shade high. 

At the same time, however, we can 
fully understand and appreciate the 
problems of the Bureau of Animal Con- 
trol, which has the responsibility of po- 
licing all stray and unlicensed animals, 
as well as tfiose running at large. There 
are only four men assigned these tasks. 
They have much more to do, as can be 
seen by reading the story of the Bureau 
elsewhere in this section of today's 
paper. 

There is nothing worse than having 
to pick up gaH^age from the street after 
a dog has been in the garbage can, un- 
less it possibly is cleaning up a yard af- 
ter a dog has dug it up to hide a bone 
W used it for other reasons. We feel it is 
up to the owners to take care of their 
dogs and obey the laws of Virginia 
Beach. If they do not, then we feel it 
is up to the Bureau of Animal Control to 
do its duty. 

Pets are wonderful things, but they 
can be annoying at times. We do not 
like to see a pet owner in court faced 
v/lth a stiff fine, but In many cases that 
seems tc be the only way. 

And although we have long-stand- 
If^ feelings againts "dog catchers" we 
ur^dprstand fhem and compliment them 
on the difficult }c^ they are doing in 
Vif§fTiia Beach. 



One bad trouble spot for traffic for 
many years has been the intersection 
of Route 60 with Atlantic Avenue. So 
many accidents took place there that 
folks stopped keeping count. The inter- 
, section was clearly marked, lighted and 
had numerous signs, but the accidents 
still happened. But now the hazardous 
spot is gone, and as traffic moves 
smoothly through the new gentle turn- 
around there, the old sharp turn is but 
a memory. . .and a bad one at that. We 
congratulate the city for finally doing 
something about that spot. 

There are other trouble spots too. The 
city is desperately closing off the num- 
ber of entrances onto Virginia Beach 
Boulevard in heavily commercialized 
areas, especially near Princess Anne 
Plaza. Although this presents a bit of a 
hardship, it removes another hazard. 

One that remains is definitely the 
entrance to Malibu at those silly looking 
palm trees. It is the next thing to im- 
possible to make a left turn from the 
Boulevard in peak traffic times. And 
that is the time traffic backs up far too 
far when many are trying to make left 
turns. Much as we hate to see another 
traffic light on the Boulevard. We rec- 
ommend that the city seriously consider 
one at that point for the safety of ev- 
eryone. 

This fourth of July weekend, traffic . 
will be treacherous in Virginia Beach. 
It would be no matter what, but with 
the new roads not finished, all we can 
do is drive with care at all times, and 
drive like the other fellowis absolutely 
nuts. That philosophy could save many 
a life this weekend. Have a happy 
fourth, but take it easy on our roads 
atid look forward to the day when 
things will be better. ^ 

Oh yes, there are many of us who 
remember when the roads were far 
worse, so now is not the time to be- 
come critics. 

Thank You Governor 

Last week, Virginia's Governor Mills 
E. Godwin, Jr. took another great step 
forward in traffic safety. By proclama- 
tion, he authorized the inclusion of light 
motorcycles in the State's official motor 
vehicle inspection program. 

Now all of those menaces to the road 
must be inspected by January of 1967 
and then at least every six months after 
that. They will be required to undergo 
exactly the same inspection procedure 
accorded automobiles, as far as the law 
can possibly apply. 

That is excellent news, since there 
have been mounting fatal crashes on 
these vehicles in the past year. In 1965 
in Virginia there were nearly 900 per- 
sons injured while riding these light 
motorcycles. Some of the accidents 
have been due to faulty parts and safe- 
ty equipment, and the inspection will 
help that problem. 

Of course, ihe driver himself is re- 
sponsible for most of the accidents, and 
all the inspection can do is make him 
aware of thfe danger these bikes cause. 
We would still support legislation to 
get them off the road entirely after sun- 
down and to control their speed as 
much as possible, but this step by the 
Governor is certainly a start to control 
the two-wheeled monsters. 

The inspecion will also cut down on 
the noise of the things too. Since those 
loud mufflers will then be illegal. We 
say thank goodness for that. 

Governor Godwin has reminded the 
owners that operation of one of the 
light motorcycles after January first 
without an inspection sticker will be a 
violation of the law. We wish simply 
riding one would be against the law, 
but this is at least, b move in the right 
direction. - o^. m^tnA 




THBVIRGIIJU13EAGH 
OPEN FORUM 



Doar Sir: 

In Artide 4 of the Virginia Dec- 
laiation of Rights, George iMason 
d-^clared: '"nelLher ou^t the office 
of magristrate. legislator, or jadga 
to be heredi^ry." These words 
have be3n in the Virginia Consti- 
tution since its adoption and are 
anvang the keystones of the Con- 
stitution today. The youth of Vir- 
ginia have been inspired by the be- 
liff that the son of a farmer, work 



the basic foundation of our consti- 
tutional prdtibition against hered- 
itary succession. This possession of 
such an imfortant office shouldntjt 
be in die private reserve of one 
family, no matter how iHustri^is 
the father. ^ 

The existence of our democratic 
form of govo-nment rests squarely 
upon the wiH of the citizens to 
choose their own leaders. The citi- 
zens of Virginia shculd repudiate 



man. technician or businessman the idea that high public office can 
might cam a^ high a political of- be inherited. 



flee as the son of a Ssnator. 

Even if we are to assume that 
Ssrator Byrd, Jr. is qualified to 
serve in the U. S. Senate, his as- 
cension to that office upon the re- 
tirement of his father strikes at 



Sincerely yours, 
lAJlan Palmer 
Your imformation is mis- 
guided, Sen. Byrd, Jr. was ap- 
pointed by the Gov. of Va. He did 
net inherit the job.— Ed- 



A REVIEW 

^tOnA Hot Tin Roof 

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Ten- for the favor of Big Daddy in 

nessee Williams, Wedgewood The hopes of inheriting the fortune, 

atre, Toano, Virginia. PerfMinanc- The attempts are badly lacking 

es through July 23, 1966. DirecUon and superficial, 
and Setting Design by Paul Idd- If these problems are not enough, 

ings. Costumes by Carolee Silcox, Williams tias added Big Mama, 

Lighting by Stephen Osbrach. Cast married to Big Daddy for forty 

includes Claudine Iddings, BobCal. years and still seeking his accep- 



Please Give To A Good Cause 



vert. Gene Galusha, Walthall Ham- 
ilton, Roby Brown and Babbye Jo 
Draughon, Debra Legum, Dick 
Hamilton, Vance Adains, Jr., Car- 
olyn Cawthom, Frank Staroba, 
Henry Geddy and Ethel Matthews. 
There are realy two stories with- 
in the play. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. 
Bo-th are sad treatises on life. And 
the Wedgewood production of Ten. 
nessee Williams' controversial play 
meshes the two stories together 
with beauty. Williams' plays more 
often than not expose the soul of 
his characters and leave them ex- 
posed for three acts. Although 
this can sometimes cause his aud- 
iences to squirm a bit, the cur- 
rent Wedgewood offering holds the 
spell, never giving the audience 



Th? month of July in Virginia Beach will make the differ^ncp in being able 
each year is devoted to fund-raising/by^— to^btain just the right equipment, 
the twelve volunteer fire. departments rke is a horrible thing. This is the 

located in every jparl of the city. We best way we know of to prevent that time to squirm at the "life in the 
urge the support of every citizen. horror. """'" "■'•-'— "■- '--- 

Through the year, these volunteers give 
of their time and efforts for the pro- 
tection of our citizens. Now it is time to 
show our thanks for a job well done 
and our support of the job to be done 
in the future. 

Many times we have heard the vol- 
unteer fire departments of cities ma- 
Jigned. This cannot happen in Virginia 



'Button Up' For Safety 



raw" situations they are witness- 
ing. 

The play itself is set in the 
plantation home of Big Daddy, a 
rough-hewn and self-made multi- 
millicnaire. The entire action cov- 
ers the span of only a few hours. 



Beach, since our volunteers are as high- glary 



Nationally, burglaries in 1965 in 

creased six percent over 1965. In Vir- Williams has provided adequate 

ginia Beach alone there were almost comic relief in the lines and sit- 

900 las. year. There are many ways ,he -«- '!^^ ,Z>.f!Ly't 

homeowner or apartment dweller can ancient Greeks, it is an unusual 

reduce the possibility of loss from bur- Williams play because it has -what 



ly trained and proficient as any regu- 
lars anywhere. And furthermore there 
is a strong competition among mem- 
bers of the individual departments to 
see who can become the most efficient. 
What better qualifications can any city 
offer. 

We fully recognize that someday, 



The first step is to give a vacant 
house a "lived-in" look while away on 
•vacation. To make it appear that some- 
one is still at home, make arrangements 
to have the lawn mowed, handbills and 
circulars picked up, have mail for- 
warded or held at the Post Office and 
cancel all home deliveries. Then leave 



can probably be called a happy 
ending. 

The main story line revolves 
around Maggie, the frustrated wife 
of an alcoholic who drinks to for- 
get doubts about his manhood. 
Brick has steadily become a drunk- 
ard since the death of his "best 
friend" and former cohort in ath- 
letic endeavors. Maggie is the "cat 
on the hot tin roof" as she tries to 



<ance and love. She never suc- 
ceeds. 

Claudine Iddings creates prob- 
ably her fine^ role as Maggie, 
the cat, as she moves through the 
action with all the feline qualities. 
The role is an emotional one, and 
Mrs. Iddings handles frustration, 
passion, fear and true love to per. 
faction. 

Gene Galusha, as Brick, is quite 
consistent in the role of an alco- 
holic trying to find himself and 
hurting others at every turn. One 
can feel the tension in the role, 
although Galusha, on crutches 
throughout, underplays it weD. 

Bob Calvert, as Big Daddy, 
takes all the laurels. As the blus- 
tering and bellowing plantation 
owner, he commands all the atten- 
tion while he is on stage. Also Mr. 
Calvert has a fine and powerful 
voice which he uses well. 

Wathall Hamilton, as Big Mama, 
the long-suffering wife who refus- 
es to accept her unloved fate, is 
magnificent. The tragely as seen 
in her facial expressions is a mov- 
ing experience. 

Roby Brown as Gooper, the old- 
er brother and nervous lawyer, 
does a nice job with a rather in- 
significant role, and plays a fine 
foil to his fertile and unpleasant 
wife and five children. 

Bobby (jp Dr|ughon, as Cooper's 
wife does an acceptalA* job, but 
at times is a bit too sweet for the 
vitriolic role. 

Director Paul Iddings has taken 
two versions of the play and put 
them together nicely, creating a 
production rich in every way. 

The setting, however, is not up 
to Iddings' usual excellence. It 



perhaps in the not too distant future, a light on, preferably to an automatic wlS^afthe T""^^ f ''^ h'"^'^'"'^^^' "^^*''' '^'^"'"^^ *^^" there are no 

the city will outgrow volunteers, and timer, so that someone will not be able pieteiy rejecte^VTer i hT ^^' ^^^ ^ ^^''^ *'^*''"^ '^""'•' 

that paid firemen will take over, but in to see a constant light during the day and lethargic husband flTu^'u'^ '"PP""^ ^ ^''' ''"^ 

the meantime and even thfen, we feel too. , brick's father. Big Daddy is dy- SLy d^rrso^iSich'S Ih'' '""'■ 

certain we could never have any better . "Button up" the house in every way ^"^re o?T'' ''I '' ^'^^^ "*" duction'it is somSat'frusti'atin" 

protection than we do now. by using strong locks on all doors and the fact. Kg Daddy 1^6° ^"^^' ^ "''^^ ^^^ ''" ^^^ P'^^'"'^ "^'^ 

The modern equipment used to pro- windows and being certain they are utir ification of strength, but T'J^a ^In^T"^ ^^^ doorknobs in tho 

tectus, and to fight the fires that do oc- 1ized. Carelessness is an invitation to l'"^*^ ^nd lonely strength. The wediw'S^ 



cur, costs money. In fact, the equipment the burglar 
is downright expensive. Part of the pur- In spite of all precautions, burglary 

chase price is underwritten by the City is still possible; therefore .the Police De- 
and part of the everyday operation of partment recommends that little of val- 
the volunteer fire departments is also ue be left to steal while no one is home. 
supported by the City, but the rest is The safety deposit box is the place for 
^P ^0 us. securities, jewelry, cash and other valu- 

These volunteers are protecting us able items. In addition, the homeown- 
and we should never forget that. We er should have a list of all serial num- 
bers of all "stealable" items. That way 
they can be identified if they are stolen 
and later found. 

Probably the most important thing to 
do before leaving on vacation is to noti- 
fy the Police Department. Responsible 
men will then keep an eye on your 
property while you are away. Also tell 
ONE neighbor,-not the entire neighbor 



imminence nf hie a^.^u ' ^^^^gewood has another hit on 

er^and^coper^fe Mae U, ^ L" tS'^g^Xe""""" " 



V^'-^^-W 



must therefore give any amount poss- 
ible to keep the operation as fine as it 
now is. Let us never lose sight of the 
fact that if we cannot help out or if paid 
firemen come to Virginia Beach, taxes 
will go up. 

We cannot praise the volunteer fire- 
men and rescue squadsmen of Virginia 
Beach enough. Time after time we have 



GuWs-Eye View 

BY N. S. CROW 



■'mm 



<. 



seen the members prove their ability hood, and leave a key with that neigh- 

and willingness to serve. Now the time bor in case of emergency. And please 

is here for us to prove ourselves don't tell the Virginia Beach Sun about 

W^hen a volunteer or member of the your trip until you get back. Then we'll 

auxiliaries comes to your door, please be glad to publish it. Burglars have 

give something, even if the amount is been known to get information from 

small. One never knows when that newspapers too. 

small donation may mean the differ- None of the above measures are 

ence between life or death for himself „ foolproof or burglarproof, but they will 

or his family. Perhaps yo u r donation greatly reduce the cha nces of trouble. 

State FOP. Convention Hears 



As the crow flies, it is less than 
two weeks until the voters go to 
the polls in the Democratic pri- 
mary. And it seems too quiet to 
me. Somehow or other, everywhere 
I fly I see another pleasant coffee 
cr tea going on. but that's about 
all. I hope it will last, but some- 
bow or other I have the feeling 
it won't. 

The two opposing the present 
senator? mu.st be aware their cam. 
paigns in Virginia Beach reached 
a not too high peak several weeks 
ago and have been on a downhill 
plunge since then. It really is a 
shame. There is nothing I like 
t)stter than respon-ible opposition. 
It just hasn't been forthcoming. 
The issues the challengers have 
used are all negative ones, and 
thi> is the time for positive action. 

Senators Byrd and Robertson 



Boothe will be here Saturday rid- 
ing in the carnival atmosphere of 
a parade. I think I'll fly over the 
lead convertible for a good look 
Watch for me. 

By next week I'll have visited 
so many coffees and teas for all 
the candidates, and been to so 
many Byrd and Bobcrt-son rallies 
and picnics thai I may have to 
go on a diet and join the birdscwl 
for lunch bunch. But it will all 
have been worth it. Believe me 
from my vantage point, one can 
see clearly what, is going on. and 
the atmosphere seems to he clear- 
ing more and more all the time 
As It clears ever Virginia Beach 
Byrd and Robertson look mighly 
good to me. Restrained optimism 
is the keynote now. 

In 



(Continued from Page 1— A) 

cerning Viet .Nam. He criticized 
other countries with which .Ameri- 
ca has agreements for not helping 
with men and supplies. He criti- 
cized Great Britain for not im- 
posing an embargo on trade with 
North Viet Nam after asking the 
US. to impose a similar enbargo 
againft Rhodesia. And he again 
criticittd West Germany lot u- 



nancing the building of a steel 
plant in North Viet Nam. 

Several awards were handed out 
at the banquet. The major ones 
went to Sen. William P. Kellam. 
Delegate Edward E. Lane of Rich- 
mond. Delegate J. Sarge.it Rey- 
nolds of Richmond and Leslie Kit- 
terige. State fXJPA President, fo.- 
their efforts in d»taining fi.e pas- 
sage of an inqwrtant bill in the 
1366 .i>eA&iQn ^ the \'u-iuua Gen- 



eral .\ssembly. The new law is 
known a? the Law Enforcement 
Assistance .\ct. 

.Another award for outstandmg 
sen ice was given to R. R. iBud 
dy I McChesnev. 



the next few days perhaps 

are campaigning on positive issues ^^^ challengers will stand up with 

and on their records. What better ^^^ '"^sl issues, instead of resirting 

recommendations can any candi- to t^e pettiness they have in the 

date have, especiallv when the P*st. I certainly hq)e so. They 

records are excellent. have told me what they are 

I kind of expect some kind of againrt. .New I want to know- what 

shot in the arm to the aihng q> they are for. 

position campaigns, and I hope the _ ' really must go now and ga- 



W'^^^ Constable real mud-slinging stars out of this t^er together my whole family v., 

of the Citv of Virginia Beach and campaign. It has so* far but, the s?ot the polls on the 12fh of .I„\ 

»:rst State FOPA preiident. deadUne is approaching now. Thafs one thing abort my fami:y. 

The convention chairman for the I don't know if Spong plans to They are Lnterested in issues \y.- 

bitnnia! meeting wai Detective If. drive to Virginia Beach or not fore an elertion Isn't it a shame 

Hall' lerry cf Nu-^ima Beach. Were the cao^m^ aids, but e^■tr>budy lint? 



Three Drown 



^ 



In Va. Beach 

VI1G:n-:a BEACTI- Fowr-ycar- 

o'd Rcbin D^nice Via drcvncd 
Tuosday while play.ng in Laka 
Joyco near her home. 

SIi3 was pronnineei de^'d nn ar. 
rival at the G.'neral Hospital of 
Virginia Beach at i,b3it 5 p..-h. 
S!ic wai the daughter ;:' Mr. and 
M's. Richard Djan Via of the 
45CC bLvk of i'dwell's Pj.i:l RojJ. 



Senate Primary Campaign 



(Contjraed from Page 1— A) 

paigns there has been a gradual 
merger of the two campaigns un. 
til at present thi public meetir>gs 
snd S3cial gatherings are gane^- 
ally accepted as being for both 
candidates backed by the domi- 
nant Dcmccratic Organization of 
the city. 

A ccftce for abm:t lOO perrons 
•was held at (lie Capes on Tuesday 
in hcnsr of Mrs. A. Willis Rrb- 
crtson, Jr.. who was visiting Vir- 
ginia Beach. She will probably at- 



4^% 

diviJenJ 
on all savings lor 
tKe semi-annual ., 
period beginning 
July 1. 1966. ' 

anticipated rate per annum 

Hoin6 Federal 

SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 



r 



Home Office: Bouah and Bnmbleton Aveniw 
NorfWk : — 




Branches: 6024 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Thomas Comer 

3511 High Street, Portsmouth 

444 North Main Street, Suffolk 

Newport News — Hatnptoa 




tend two other outings on July 9 
aod 10 in Virginia Beach. One is 
being held st the home of Mrs. 
Edith White on Bay Island and 
the ether at Creeds by Dr. Ira 
Hancick, co-campaign manager 
for Rcbert3on in Virginia Seach. 
Ahcther gathering was heid Wed- 
nesday at Thalia, while two are 
being held to.1ay. One of today's 
Byrd-'RcJ)crts3n of fees rs at Shore 
Dnve Inn. the ctii3r in Princess 
Anne Plaza. The former was ar- 
ranged by R::bertson supporters, 
llie latter l)y Byrd supporters. Al- 
so tcday tii2 Youth committee for 
Rrberti>3n hdds a meeting at the 
.■\mcrican Legion. 

The Eocthfc canvaign, relatively 
quiet in Virginia Bisch prior to 
this time, gets into full swing 
Saturday with a motorcade, which 
will begin at Chinese Comer at 
1 p.m. and visit several shopping 
centers, winding up at Seaside 
Park Saturday night, where Boothe 
is scheduled to speak at 9 p.m. 
Campaign workers said it is teri- 
tatively planned for the itirtorcade 
to visit Aragona and Pembroke 
Shopping Centers, Princess Anne 
Plaza, L & J Gardens and Robbins 
Corner, although a definite time 
schedule was not available. Boothe 
workers indicated that additional 
functions are scheduled for the 
final week, but plans are not fully 
worked out at present. Several 
Boothe coffees are also scheduled 
in different areas of the city. 

Spong supporter* said several 
social gatherings are also planned 
for their candidate, but campaign 
officials said no definite plans had 
been made for the final week in 
Virginia Beach. 

The campaigns have not yet 
reached full fever pitch in Vir- 
ginia Beach, and although there 
is considerable interest in the cam- 
paigns and a large turnout of vot- 
ers is expected at the polls on 
election day, the campaigns have 
been generally considered to be 
run on low-key issues not bringing 
forth a great deal of controversy. 
The biggest issues have been per- 
sonal a^ have been called, by 
many, "negative" on the part of 
the challengers. 




MISSY JIM, LANE AND SUE SADLER, standing near the pool of their 
home on Greatneck Point, where the newly formed Cavalier Circle of 
the Virginia Beach King's Daughters and Sons. Intcmatienal. held a 
swanky benefit smorgasbord for more than 300 pe^le^ ^^ ^^^^^^^ 

Party With A Purpose 



By Douglas Barnes 
, VIRGINIA EEAGH-^The James 
Sadlers are noted for their warmth, 
their originality in entertaining, 
and their large parties given with 
such ease and grace that those 
attending seldom realize the enor. 
mity of the preparation behind 
the scenes. No matter what the 
weather, a Sadler party is always 
a deUght, and Missie and Lane, 
the youngest of the five Sadler 
daughters, are fast becoming as 
charming as their mother as hos- 
tesses. Sue Sadler— a name and 
a face synonymous with beauty 
and brains— she never mentions 
her several college degrees— has 
a sense of humor as well as a 
strong executive ability, and Jim, 
her "Kingpin" is as compelling in 
masculinity as he is in the field 
of business. 

Recently, at their estate on 
Great Neck Point, after days of 
rain and, a downpour all day till 
five, the sun brdce forth to en- 
hance the green grounds rolling 
down to the water's edge, to daz- 



1 

''Hey, Mom, 

Fm thirsty. 
Whatta we 
got to drinkr 

This summer give your children more than a mere thirst quencher. 
Give them real-fruit goodness with Sealtest Fruit Ades! 




Sure, soda and the 

powder drinks will 

quench a thirst, 

but that's about all. 

On the other hand, 

Sealtest Lemonade and new 

Sealtest Pink Lemonade 
J mean real-fruit goodness, 
' and no carbonation. 

So, get the extra goodness 

that kids go for. 

Keep Sealtest Fruit Ades 

in your refrigerator.'* 

They're so good . . . naturally. 

Get the best... get 



^^tj^te^ti 



zle the aqua ripples of the, swim- 
ming pool, where four sleek black 
cats-Mary Payne Cole, Mary 
Anne Dee, Marilyn Klinetop. and 
Helen Th«nas, Princess Anne Club 
Swimming FeUnes, slithered in 
effortless silence as they presented 
a synchronized ballet to the tunes 
of "Alley Cat" and "Goldfinger." 
These cats belonged to the "in 
crowd" and opened the festivities. 

This party with a purpose was 
staged by 54 members of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Cavalier Cux;le of the 
International King's Daughters and 
Sons, who have left tiie Norfolk 
fold, and who have worked and are 
working for the General Ho^ital 
of Virginia Beach and its immedi- 
ate needs. Mrs. John F. Winn Jr. 
is president, Mrs. Sadler is vice- 
president, and Mrs. Josei* Jett 
is chairman of tte' board. Little 
publicizisCVji>€^-' have already 
worked j(nd given to the hospital 
a croup tent, a positive pressure 
machine for emphysema, an infant 
circulation attachment for infant 
anaesthesia, and have staged a 
food tent at the recent Horse 
Show put on by the Auxiliary of 
the hospital. Also, thru the cour- 
tesy of Herbert Harrell, this circle 
presented the attractive flower 
cart which brightens the halls and 
rooms of the hospital, and has 
made and distributed gifts, and 
seasonal flower baskets to the area 
nursing homes. The circle has also 
worked with retarded children at 

Fort story ,and last year they 
contributed $360 to the Cancer 
Fund. 

Approximately 300 of Virginia 
Beach's eKte enjoyed the sump- 
tous smorgasbord served in the 
huge basement by "barmaids", 
attired in crisp yellow organdy 
aprons with saucily tilted pancake 
hats, ruffled in green. We noticed 
Mrs. Linwood Branch, Mrs-. S. R., 
Brockenbrough, Mrs., William Ga- 
boon, and Mrs. W. Taylor Johnson 
Jr. (Betty Jim Sadler) serving. 
Mrs. Sam Meredith's popular raf- 
fle booth, where hand-knit sweat- 
ers and other attractive articles 
were fast-moving commodities, 
was a novel and productive idea. 

The large crowd, convivial for 
a cause, milled around under the 
trees, a' la Hollywood; cok)red 
Japanese lanterns flattered the 
landscape; some husbands hid 
within to watch the golf matches 
on TV; one attractive widow was 
seen bussing unwilHng, dignified 
Sidney Kellam, (he was fresh 
from the Flag Day exercises at 
Fort Story) as she cooed, "Honey. 
I want to help you elect Byrd." 
.Ml circle members and their hus- 
bands were helping in one capacity 
or another to make everyone en- 
joy the fantastic evening. 

Among the guests were Mr. and 
Mrs. AUaert Crosfcy, Mr. and Mrs. 
Reeves Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. 
Raleigh Alexander, Mrs. Sidney 
Kellam, Delegate and Mrs. P. B. 
White, Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Lowry 
of Washington, D.C., Mrs. Dorothy 
Abdill. Mr. "Red" Miller, Mrs. 
Herman Lerner. Mayor and Mrs. 
Frank Dusch, and 285 other happy 
people. 



Bi^ Drags 
Sat. Night 



VIRGINL\ iBE.i.CH — Saturday 
Night, July 9th, Virgir.a Beach 
Dragway will be host to the big- 
gest and wildest match race ever 
to be held in this pail of the coun- 
try. 

It seenvs that a match race os- 
tween America's Nunr.ber On3 
Ford and America's Nunr^ber One 
Chevrolet has been brewing ail 
year. . .so after many phcne cails 
and wheeling and deai.ng Virginia 
Beach Dragway will bring Lncse 
two togtther. 

Ford wiil be represented by tiicir 
very own factory sponsored num- 
ber one NASCAR boy . . .Tammy 
Grove, from Oakland, Calif. . . ■ 
and his Fast Back Mustang, sport- 
ing the new overhead cam motjr. 

Chevrolet division will be repre- 
sented by none other than the At- 
lanta Georgia "Cracker", Houston 
Piatt (Wildman) in his fabulous 
Crevy 11 "The Okie Twister". 

The best 3 out of 5 match race 
classed as "Run What You 
Brung"! No weight limit, no cubic 
inch check, any size tires. . .160 
m.p.h. plus. . . 

Also as an added feature, Vir- 
ginia Dragway will present Larry 
Holland in 1968 (442 Cu. in.) Olds- 
nubile, super charge with 4 speed 
transmission, "The Loner". Hol- 
land hails^from Burlington, N. C. 
and is making the trip to Norfolk 
for the sole purpose of racing 
against Norfolk's own Hank Han- 
kins in his 1963 super charge 
Plymouth, "The Trader". 



Virginia BeacH SUN, Thursday, June 30, 1 966 

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Little League 
Game Scores 



VIRGINIA BEACH -The 

"Sports" continue to lead the Vir- 
ginia Beach Little League stand- 
ings at the halfway mark of the 
regular playing season. 

In the most recent games play- 
ed, in the major leagues, the scor- 
es are: Hawks 8, Little Giants 3; 
Sports 3, Cubs 2; Hawks 5, Ro- 
tarians 0; Hawks 8, Little Giants 
6; Pipers 5, Rotarians 0; Sports 
8, Little Giants 5; Cubs 2, Pipers 
1; Hawks 4, Cubs 2; Little Giants 
7, Rotarians 3. 

In recent games played in the 
minor leagues the scores were; 
McCoy Oil 4, Cavalier Garage 6; 
Elks Lodge 4, Barr's Rexall 1; 
Elks 6, Cavalier 5; Barr's 11, Mc- 
Coy 1. 

Major Lea^^ue standings are: 
TEAM WON LOST 

Sports 8 1 

Pipers 7 2 

Cubs - 7 3 

Hawks 4 6 

Little Giants 2 8 

Rotarians 1 9 

-Minor League standings are: 
Elks Lodge 2268 4 

Cavalier Garage 2 2 

Barr's Rexall 1 3 

McCoy Oil 1 3 



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Little League 
Wants Land 



VIRGLNIA BEACH - The City 
Plaraiing Commission has takm a 
request for city land under ad- ( 
visem^it. | 

The Princess Anne Plara Little 
League affced for permisaon Tues- 
day to lease land for three base- 
bail dianxHids oii HoHand Swamp 
Road between two sewage lagoons 
The ten acre site is umkveloped 
at the time and the Little League 
would foot the biU for $13,000 worth 
of improvements on the proper^. 
i tie aty approves the request. 



Champion 
Bourbon 

Eight 
Years Old 




(O50 $400 

PINT "SOT 



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(ciCHWPiOl DiSTillilluC^. 



KITCfflE MURPHY won a first place ribbon in equitation on her pleafc 
ure horse "Rebel Rocket". She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. 
Wesley Murphy. 

'Rebel Rocket Wins Ribbon 



VIRGLNIA BE.\CH - Miss Rit- 
chie Murphy was just one of the 
many exhibitors at the sixteenth 
annual Golden Horse Show at Vir- ^ 
ginia Beach last weekend. 

The show ran for three day.s and 
was sponsored by the Kempsville 
Woman's Club and the Ruritan 
Club. 

There were 101 classes for sad- 
dle, hunter and western hjrses 
and ponies on the schedule. 

Kitchie is an avid hor-e fan and 
has been showing saddle horses on 
the Tidewater circuit for the past 



four years. 

She and her pleasure horse. 
"Rebel Ruc'kct", captured first 
place in the saddle seat equita- 
tion division of the sImw. 



4 "H's" stand for Head, Heart, 

Hands and Health. 

* » * 

Teaching new farming and cann- 
ing methods to small groups of 
farm boys and girls back around 
19C3 was the forerunner 01 the 4-II 
Club program supervised by the 
Co-operative Extension Service. 



Five In Running 

NEW YORK, NY.— Five Vir- 
ginia Beach golfers carded holes- 
in-one which may win one of them 
a trip to Scotland plus $1,000 in 
cash. They are: Irvin Kipp. W. 
H. Barba, Helen Mitchel. Al 
Mailhes, and William Kellam. The 
five became eligible for the Rusty 
Nail Hole-ln-One Sweepstakes by 
carding tiicir aces at the Eagle 
Haven UM Club, the Fauquier 
Springs Country Clr.b, and the 
Princess Anne Country Club. 

The winner of the contest will 
be chusen early next year. 




RECORD SALES! 

OF NEW RENAULTS 

& PEUGEOTS CAUSE 

OVERSTOCK OF USED 

CARS! 



DUE TO MAY BEING OUR BEST NEW CAR 
SALES MONTH IN 2 YEARS WE'RE LOADED 
WITH EXCELLENT USED CAR TRADE-INS! WE 
MUST REDUCE THIS STOCK! TO DO IT WE'RE 
SELLING USED CARS FOR LESS THAN THEY'RE 
WORTH. HERE ARE JUST A FF,W EXAMPLES. . 



DOMESTIC CARS 

1961 Ford Galaxit--4 door hard- 19.->9 Plympnth Savoy. 4-door 
top. V-8 automatic. .Sky blui>, V-S with antuinalic transmiss- 
radio. hi-ator & power steering ion. Radio, healer. A clean 



Excellent condition. 



$695 



car. 



$295 



i960 Buifk I-aSabri— V-8 auto- 
matic with ii I'JM Buifk W'ild- 
■ cat enj;in<>. 4 door with radio. 
healer, power brakes & power 
steering. Excellent condi- 
tion. $695 

RENAULTS AND PEUGEOTS 



Best selection and bt st jirite on like-new UM>d Rcnaults. Most cars 
sold new & ^er^ie<d hv us; most with our famous one year 
diamond value wiirranlv. Many < :irs Iwally owned, one owner. 
Choose from a wide selection; all models & colors. Every car 
sale priced to sell fast. 

VOLKSWAGENS 



1964 VW— r.laek with radio, 
healer & whitiwall tires. Like 



aew condition. 



$1095 



19.-,: VW ronvertible--Blaok 
with radio, heater ami white- 
wall tin's. Extra clean. New 
paint-almost new lop. $495 

with radio. 



HURRY 



1J*A \\V— tireen 
heater, one owner-low mllrage, 
excellent conditicn. $1050 
196.5 \W— Black with radio, 
heater, whitewall tires. Extra 
clean. $795 

Choose From 75 Cars In Stock- 
All Models & Colors 
All Sale Priced Now 



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Vjginia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 30, 1966 



• ifOALNonce 

IN tie CUE^K'S OFT^CE OF 

•HE cssam owrt w the 

(STY OF VBKMNIA 6E.%ai aN 
TOE 27th DAY W JIS«. 1986. 
DIANE M. CJOSCauy^. Ccnr^lain- 

ffiHt, 

vs. 

BOSERT SHAW WfflTNEY, Jr . 



• UEGAINOTICB 

et al, Defaidants. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Hie object of this aiit is to par- 
tition amongst the owners, by sale 
or otherwise, the real property in 
the City of Virginia Beach. Vir- 
ginia. kn»wn as Lot 4, Block B. as 
shown on thai certain plat entitled 
"Stixli vision of Sherry Park," 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

Section 1, Princess Anne CouiAy, 
Virginia, dattkl October 1955, made 
by Frank D. Tarrall, Jr. & Asso- 
ciates, Surveyors and Engineers, 
which said plat is recorded in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginia Beach. Vir- 
ginia, in Map Bojk 40. at page 20; 
and six .shares of .Xmcrican Tel- 



I • LEGAL NOTICES 

ef^ne and Teiegr^ Compai^ 
stock, evidenced by two stock cer. 
tificates, each rqwesenting three 
shares cf said company, numiKtred 
respectively 821383068 and 64XA- 
200680. 

An affidavit having been made 
and filed that Robert Shaw Whit- 
ney. Sr., if he be living, is not a 



• LEGAL NOriCfeS 

r«ident of the State of Virgmia; 
and the bill stating that tjhere are 
or may be persons interested in 

the subject property to be divided 
whose names are unknown and 
making them parties defendant by 
the' general description d "parties 
unknown", surfi unknown parties 
being the widow and heirs, de- 
visees and succKsws in title of 
R^rt Shaw Whitney, Sr., other 



LEGAL NOTICES 



than tho($e named defendants by 

the biU, who left his home in the 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
in the year 1963, and has not been 
heard fnrni since that time. 

IT is ORDERED that the said 
non-resident defendant. Robert 
Robert Shaw Whitwy, Sr., if he 
be living, and the said persons 
made defendants by the general 
description of "parties unknjwn" 




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OPEN MONDAY JULY 4th 

IN ORDER TO PROVIDE YOU WITH YOUR REGULAR AND 
YOUR HOLIDAY FOOD NEEDS 



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See a parade... 

or perhaps a fireworks display? 

A backyard barbecue? 

How ever you celebrate we hope it will be a glorious 4th. 

We think lots of folks will be picnicking. 

We Ve anticipated their needs. 

Our shelves are stocked 

with everything to make any picnic perfect 

Here's the best part: 

No matter what you buy, 

no matter who makes it, if A&P sells it, A& P guarantees it. 

We guarantee everything. . . except the weather. 

We're sorry about that-but we'll do this: 
With you, we'll wish for a perfect day. 
Lots of us will be picnicking too ! 

P. S. Don't forget the can opener? 



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SMOKED HAMS 



SHANK PORTION 

SOME SLICES REMOVED 



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SOME SLICES REMOVED 

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TURKEYS 

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EIGHT O'CLOCK 

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"Save 20c" 



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SLICED CHEESE 

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CHEESE SPREAD 

KIAn AJMItCAN 

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THESE PRICES ffFEQIVE THRU JULY 2nd IN VA. BEACH AND VICINITY 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

do a|^)ear within tai days after 
due publication of this order and 
do wliat is necessary to prtAect 
their interests. 

It is further OK)BRED that the 
foregoing portion of this order l)e 
published once a week for four 
successive weeks in the Va. Beach 
Sun, a newspaper publi^ed in the 
City of Va. Beach, Virginia, with 
general circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A COPY TESTE: 

JOHN V. FENTRE:^, Clerk 
COOPER, ,SPO.NG & DAVIS 
403 Court Street, 
Po.-t-mouth, Virginia 

6 30 4T 
^1 

This is to notify the public that 
on and after this date, June 15, 
1966, I will not be responsible for 
any debts contracted by anyone 
other than myself in person. 
S. PRESTON SHELTON. Ill 
500 N. Birdneck Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 



Weather Blamed 

VIRGINM BEACH — The wea- 
ther rqwrtedly has, been blamed 
as the prime reason why a yacht 
ran into the pier at 14th Street in 
Virginia Beach. Fog completQjy 
closed in the resort borough and 
the rest of the shoreline last week- 
end, causing a navigation hazzard. 

The weather bureau acplained 
the reason for tte fog— no wind 
and hi^ humidity on top of high 
temperatures. 

The bureau also said no pressure 
areas, (centers) neither high nor 
low, were close enough to cause 
a disturbance and therefore cause 
e.iough wind to blow away the fog. 

"The yacht came out of the fog 
and struck the pier", one witness 
said, "before anyone kne.v what 
was happening." 

The pleasure craft tore several 
pilings from the pier, but the fish- 
ing facility was again opened to 
the public after the Virginia Beach 
Rescue Squad investigated it for 
safety. 




MRS. EDWARD SIMIELE held a cocktail party last week while enter- 
taining her father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barber, while they 
were visiting here during an extended )tour of the United States and Can- 
ada. Left to right are: Mrs. Slmiele, Mr. and Mrs. Barber and Mrs. 
Eulion White. 



Two Offices Now Open 



VIRGINIA BEACH - When Sea- 
board Citizens National Bank form- 
ally opened its permanent branch 
at Pembroke Mall Monday, it be- 
came the only bank in the United 
States with two separate offices in 




Pic's 
31 St Cleaners 

325 LASKIN RO.AD 

Oposite Colonial Store 

G.'V 8-3801 



one closed Mall Shopping Center. 

The situation is so unique that a 
special ruling was required in 
March 1965 before Comptroller of 
the Currency, James W. Saxon 
would approve locating two offices 
of the same bank so closely togeth- 
er. Saxon must approve all new 
locations for national banks. 

Historically, banks opening of- 
fices in shopping centers have lo- 
cated either in the center with pth- 
er stores or on the edg^of adja- 
cent parking areas; but not in both 
places. 

Seaboard, after extensive re- 
search, decided to open an office 
inside Pembroke Mall as well as 
on the parking apron. It was felt 
that two offices would be the only 
way to adequately service the 
wide variety of residents and busi- 
nessmen expected at Pembroke. 

The inside office i)pened March 
21, 1966 and is locat^iw}_the north 
side of the mall where service 
stores (laundry, supermarket, shoe 
repair, etc. ) will be situated as a 
convenience to nearby residential 
areas. The same office also serves 
other shoppers inside the mall and 
all the businesses there. 

Monday, Seaboard opened its 
second office at Pembroke, a free- 
standing structure in the parking 
area soirth of the mall next to Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard. The tem- 
porary office located west of the 
shopping center has been closed. 

The free-standing office will offer 
full banking services, including 
three drive up windows and an ex- 
tra large night depository. 

Both ofices will be managed by 
Harry A, Gand, Assistant Cashier 
and F. Edward Harri.j, Assistant 
Cashier. 



Don't call US 

for 
air condifioning 

unless you want 
low owning-cost 
m aximu m performance 
equipment 



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VIRGINIA 3EACH VOLUNTEER F|RE DEPARTMENTS WILL 
start their annual fund Drive tomorrow. There are twelve volunteer 
units spaced across the city and they handle the job of preventfaig 
fire and fighting them when they do erupt. Pictured here, left to 
right, are units from London Bridge, Blackwater, Davis Comer. 



Princess .'tUne Plaza, Seatack and Ocean r ^ik. iBesiues righting fires, 
several of the larger companies such as Chesapeake Beach, Davis 
Comer, Princess Anne Plaza, Courthouse and Ocean (Park offer am- 
bulance service. (Staff Photo by Moore) 



McCloud To 
Head Sales 

NORFOLK - John R. McCbua 
has been named a sales super- 
visof for the Smith-'Douglass divi; 
sion of The Borden Chemical Com. 
pany, promoting sales for the di- 
vision's Turf & Garden products. 
McCloud will supervise a sales 
territory in Tidewater. Virginia 
and the surrounding area, under 
the direction of area manager B. 
A. Heskett. 

McCloud succeeds Ray S. Bar- 
ber. 

McCloud recently rejoined the 
Smith-'Douglass division after hav. 
ing served as a State probation 
and parole officer for the Virginia 
Parole Board for five years. He 
had..J»een Moploycd bv %ei^~ 
(tiuglass prior to that, from 1958 
to 19S1. 

A native of Virginia Beach, Mc- 
Cloud is a graduate of Oceana 
Higli School and Virginia Poly- 
technic In;titute, Black-Jburg, Va., 
having received a degree in Ag- 
ricultural Education in 19S1. 

Civic and professional activities 
/in which Mr. McCloud participate 
include: Lynnhaven, Va. Beach 
Masonic Ledge No. 220, secretary; 
Norfolk United Royal Arch Ma- 
sonic CSiapter No. 1, steward; 
(Grice Commandery No. 16 Knights 
Templar. Norfolk; Shriner. Khe- 
dive Temple, Norfolk; Middle At- 
lantic Shrine Assn., 1965 secretary, 
religious committee. 

McCloud is a member and sec- 
retary of Princess Anne Ruritan 
Club, and a member of the Prin- 
cess Anne Historical Society, Vir- 
ginia Beach. He participates in 
the Lynnhaven-Little Neck Civic 
league, and is married to the for 
mer Dona Marquette of Norfolk 
and the coi^le has one son. 



DpRIS PADRICK'S 



VIEW 



of 





VIRGINIA BEACH 



(Copyrlifht, IWMl 



DorlK I>a4lrlck) 




'Now that you live in the "World's Largest Resort City", are you 
happily taking advantage of all the special summer attractions. . .or do 
you find tiiis season a time of frustration because of the crowds and 
expense? j 

If you have small chilA-en in the family and the regular bathing 
site makes your day at the beach one of constant watch and worry, 
you may find the area at the Lynnhaven Fishing Pier more to your 
likir.g. It's off Shore drive, down Starfish road where you will find ade- 
quat3 parking at no fee, warm sand, and quiet inlet waters. 

The little ones can play happily along the shore or even go into the 
water for quite a distance without fear of being knocked over by waves 
««^v«RtirJiig too deep befoivytm c*»^ei-t<Hhem. 

Unfortunately there is no lifeguard, but there is not usually any 
danger as long as parents maintain reasonable watchfulness. Seldcm is 
th: water deeper than a grownups' waist. . . 

There's sandtiddlers for fascination, shells for collecting, end on the 
pier a litt'e store for refreshments if ycu d'dn't bring your own picnic 
lunch. It's the ideal spot for Daddys who like to fish but who don't care 
about the beach. Bring him along— he can fish on the pier. Mom can 
get a .suntan and enjoy the cooling relaxation of baihing, and the kids 
can splash in the water, run in the sand, and make all the noise they 
wish. 

If you don't care for sand in your picnic, try one of the newest recrea- 
tion parks opened by the City. Its called Redwing and is off Oceana 
Blvd. just before you get to Dan Neck. 

Picnicking in the country used to be one of a family's most enjoyable 
outings together until Vrooded areas got swallowed up by progress. Red- 
wing features a'l the facMities and charm of an old-fashion picnic in the 
country. It's open every day from 8 am. till sundown. 

You will turn into a long dirt road and come to a grove of tall trees 
on the edge of wooris. Under these trees are many picnic tables and 
charcaal grills strate^cjdly placed. A fenced in playground for the 
children has swings, monkey bars, a spider, rocking horses, slides, and 
gaily-colored pipes of various sizes for crawling into! 

And a nature trail through the woods gives young (and oldi explor- 
ers a long hike over soft pine needles under a care^y of trees. The si- 
lence is broken only by the sound of buzzing^bees. chirping trees, and 
the rustle of leaves. 

Paricing is adequate and restrooms are available. A big field with a 
baseball diamond is on the other side of the road. 

Individuals or groups of families will find fun and relaxation freely 
available at Redwing. 

And when the inescapable time comes when shopping must be done 
on a hot summer day, try Pembroke Mall ^pping center. It's almost 
like going to a carnival (especially if you must take the children • and 
it's cooool there. . . 

All kinds of services and products are close at hand, but it is the mall 
itself which makes a day of shopping a joy instead of a chore. Benches 
are for sitting when your feet get tired, the spraying waterfall fauntain 
can be a wishing well with a little imagination and a few tossed pen- 
nies, instruments keep you informed as to the time and temperature, 
rainfall, humidity, and barometric pressure; and the family telephone 
booth is the most fun of all! 

It's practical if you have many menAers of the family who always 
want to ta'k on long distance calls. Here they can do it. You aM sit in a 
soundproof booth, and after your party is reached you just ^art talking 
without having to hold any instrument. Jo the person receiving the 
call, you may all sound like you afe in a cave somewhere! TTiat's the 
fun. j 

Fun doesn't have to cost a fortune; many jriaces in Virginia' Beach 
your fun is free. You just have to lode for it. . . 



Runnels Winners Announced 



VIRGINIA ffiAOH-Last week the 
winners of the Runnels & Go's 
Virginia Beach Sweef^akes were 
announced. 

rn.3.?e tl'al \v«n and the priie 
they received are: 

J. W. Stqi^iens. Virginia Beach, 
first place. G, E. Pwrt*<:olor TV; 
Peggy A. Evans, Virginia Beach, 
second place, G. E. riecthc slicing 
knife; B(:M>y Johnscm. Virginia 
Beach, thirtl jrface. G. E. dock 
radio; James N. C«tcr, Virginia 
Beach, fourth {dace, G. E. transis- 
iot radk>; and M. A. ifaghes. Nor- 
foOc fifth place, G. E. travel dock. 




Watch Out 
For The Sun 



VJRGINIA BE.ACH-New empha- 
j sis on the dangers of over-exposure 
' to sunshine was described here 
today by the American Cancer 
Society's Virginia Beach Unit 
which warned that too much sun is 
the principal cause of skin cancer. 
In focusing attention on skin 
cancer, the ACS announ^cement 
said the disease is mostly prevent- 
able and highly curable in its early 
stages. The warning about skin 
cancer is part of a nation-wide 
program to raise the cure rates 
for various sites of cancer. 

A new film, "Sense In The Sun," 
has been produced as. a weapon in 
fRe campaign and is expected to 
increase the public's consciousness 
to skin cancer. The film is availa- 
ble through the Virginia Beach 
Unit of the American Cancer So- 
ci2ty for free showing to audiences 
of all age groups. The 16 mm color- 
sound film has a running tine of 
14 minuets. 

The American Cancer Society's 
goal is to push the ovsr-all 95 per 
cent cure rate for all skin cancer 
closer to the 100 per cent mark. 
Basal cell or squamous c3!l Carci- 
noma, which are the commonest 
forms of skin cancer, are highly 
curable in their early stages by 
means of a minor surgical proced- 
ure, or radiation therapy. 

This is one of the points made in 
the new film which is an attractive 
story about a fisherman who won- 
ders about a skin Iftion on his 
cheek, and Aoos something about 
it by visiting his doctor without 
delay. 

Among the points is that early 
skin cancer it not a dangerous 
disease and is not difficult to cure 
but delay can jMX)ve dangerous and 
complicates treatment. 

A major emphasis is given the 
fact that ykin cancer is prsventable 
as well as curable In the film the 
physician-narrator says, "The • 
principal cause of sk'n cancer is | 
excessive exposure to the sun over I 
the years. . ..Xnd it's not only fish- '■ 
er.mcn who have to be care.'ul," 

Scene= of farni workers and oth- i 
ers workinp under the sun are used 
to illustrate the point. The spokes- | 
man adds, "Thos; who don't work i 
under the sun have to b" c.reful ' 
too. Especially those with blond or 
red hair and blue ey?s." 

The tx)int is based on a number 
of studies which fhow that persjns 
with fair complexions are more 
susceptible to skin cancer than 
dark complexioned persons. The 
lowest rate of skin cancer has b.cn 
recorded among Nrgroes and other 
dark-skinned races. 

A free copy of lh<> Society's leaf- 
let on dcin cancer, ent-tled "Sense 
In The Sun", is available through 
th? Society's Virginia Beach Unit. 



League Elects 

V'RGINTA BE.\C'H-The Haven 
Height? avic League met June 
M to elect new officers. 

The Lej^ue elected Dr. J H. 
McCoy Jr. president and E. J. 
Deemar secretary-treasurer 

h civic council was fonned at 
the meeting. Its puipcse is to lode 
into water [xxiblam and other 
commuoity [xtijects. 



-ct S:;ciJty of V 
Attendancs of r 



Group Will 
Attend Conf. 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Earl H. Ja- 
cobs, Jr., presiding minister of 
the Virginia Beach cangregation 
of Jehovah's Witne;ises, annauncsd 
today that the group will attend 
a five-day district convenlian in 
Bali'mare, Md., thii summer. 

Ti.e gathering !.<; to be he!d Aug. 
ust 17-21 in the Baltimore Mem- 
orial Stadium aad is sponsored far 
Jehcvah's W-tnct.se-. by the Watch 
tr.Acr Bible and T; 
Er:.r,l<l>n, N. Y. 
30, "(JO or more persons is antici- 
pated, Jacobs stated. 

VThe convention's theme will be 
'G^'s Sans of Liberty.' " J;ic«js 
said. "Program features will b',' 
',.ut.sianJing Bible discourse-; and 
vivid portrayals of Uiblu accounts 
that a.^J filled with meaning 'for 
p jj'jns living in these crillcal 
tlnass." 

According to Jaca^bs. t>.e Balti- 
nicro asscrTibly is o.".t : f thirteen 
bciag hild by Jehovah's Witnesses 
th;- summer in the United SI: tes 
.^nd Canada. The series began in 
Toronto, Ont.. nn June 22 and will 
ccnclude in Miami Beach, Fla., 
and Mobile, Ala., on August 28. 

"These conventions are the year- 
ly highlight in *he lives of Jeho- 
vah's Witnesses everywhere." Ja- 
cobs explained. "Ws feel that in- 
asmuch as they are patternad 
along the lines of Biblical assem- 
blies they play a vital role in 
equipping persons for life and ser- 
vice to God in the difficult days 
ahead." 




THERE'S GOLD 1\ THEM thar art works. . .sft up along the golden sands in the golden 



OPENS JULY \4 



sunshine. 
(Boice Photo) 



Final Plans Made For Art Show 



VinCIN'.*. EEACH-Art'sts. an 
a p.-eciators, and even those who 
just Ilka to look will all conver;|e 
to the area of 7lh t;) 17th street 
July 14 through 18 to take part 
in the Virginia Beach Art Asso- 
ciation's 11th annual art spectac- 
ular by the sea. 

Grown from what was called 
an ".\rt Mart" back in the spring 
of ISja, when the exhibit affered 
a modest award of $25 for best in 
] vhowand, to the delighted surprise 
of the courageous band of volun- 
teer workers making up the ori- 
ginal Virginia Beach Art Associa-^ 
lion, rang up a sales total of 



$2,7^, this year's boardwalk show 
offers prizes up to $2,7C0 in cash 
with $1,000 for best in show. Based 
on last year's staggering total of 
nearly $40,000 in sales, the present 
hard working committee expects 
both artist's works and proceeds 
to once again turn to gold. 

Committee members are headed 
by Mrs. C. R. Masterson, gen- 
eral chairman; Mrs. F. Kimberly 
Turner is in charge of publicity 
and judges; Mrs. Gordon Atwill, 
entries; Mrs. J. Douglas Ilubard, 
placement and staging; Mrs. Don. 
aid Jefferson, art direction; Mrs. 
C. Bernard Brown, tent direction; 



"Mrs. Charles Fishel, financa; Mrs. 
G,lmore Lee Tilbroak, secretary; 
Cdr. C. R. Masterson, judging; 
and Richard D. Tayloa, at large. 
Original work of artists ovfer 18 

years old will be displayed in 
eight classes: Oils, acrylics, and 
gouche; watsrcobrs; mixed med- 
ia; prints .including etchings, en- 
gravings, monotypes, and litho- 
graphs'; drawings 'pasteK pencil 
ink, and washi; sculpture; cer- 
amics; and sketch of show in 
progress. 

Hour;- of the show will be from 
10 am. to 5 p.m. daily; Sunday. 
10 am. to 8 p.m. 



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So First & Merchants tries to make It as habit- 
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First, we make saving convenient with so many 
offices nearby and our save-by-mail service. Next 
we make it pleasant with a smile and 4% interest. 
And, If you still can't get the habit. First & 
Merchants will do the saving for you automati- 
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how much you'd like to save every 
»«Tia«A»,ywt month. On the specified day, we'll 
mmmtamlml^ transfer that amount from your F&M 
checking to your F&M savings account. 

With a growing savings account at F&M, you'll 
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the bank. Then you'll begin to enjoy things like 
a college education for your kids, a larger home, 
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We call this banking on a better life at First & 
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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 30, 1 966 



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I The Story Of Rabies 



iUI Mimri i^tes or faunom bd^ 
itall ht npoited to the Aaimal 
Carild BvWhi «te in birn wil 
a^KXi ttem to As P\i)lic HeaUi 
DcfMutnoit. 

The it|X)rt shail indwk the 
name aad address of tiie person 
Mtten. owner of bttJng ansnal and 
a reasonable deacrifAion <^ ^ an- 
imal. Re^xffls&ility of so rqx»iing 
is imituaiy duii^ to attaiding 
ph)9cifflis, \«terBarians. mnt&n id 
tile btting animals and persons bit- 
ten and any olher persons who 
ma> have k^owtedg; ci this fact. 

AH asimals biting w odierwise 
ii^ii^ human beings shall kn- 
me&altiAy be piaoed under quaran- 
tine for a minimisn of ten (10* 
days. The anmal will be observed 
during this po-iod and at the end 
of the quarantine p»-iod. 

The following procedures will be 
followed dirii^ the quarantkie per- 
iod: 

(1) Hie animal is iwt |o be re- 
moved from tte City of Virginia 
Beach. 

<2) The aniihal is not to be re- 



moved m refeased from ttie place 
of quarantine without the consent 
of the aty fleakh Departmoit or 
in tile case of weekend the Ani- 
mal C(»trol Bureau. 

13' The animal can be tied up 
outside provided there is a fence 
around ^ property 'JiOt can keep 
humms and animals away from 
the quarantined animal. 

Tlie animal is not to be tied up 
(nit£i<fe if there is no fence around 
the {Toperly: the aramaJ can be 
taken out on a lea^h on the own- 
er's property by a responsfcle per- 
son. 

(oi When suitable quarantine 
cannot be maintained by the own- 
er, the animal shall be removed to 
a suitable pound or veterinarian 
hospital in the City of Virginia 
Beach and there quarantined at 
the expense of the owner. 

161 TTie animal is not to be re- 
leased by anyone other than duly 
authorized deputy of the Public 
Health Department d Animal Con- 
trol Bureau. 




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STRONG 
COMMUNITIES 



BAPTIST 



CHRISTIAN 



COMMUNITY 



JEWISH 



BETHEL METH0DI§T CHCKCH 

Prini/esB Anne 
Roy B. Jackiidn. Pastor 



I 

TABERNACLE METHODIST CHCBCH 

PrinceBg Anne, Virginia 
Robert H. Gamer, Minister 



AKACiONt B.VI'TIHT (III Rill 

Now Mill mi.' In I^miw Luxloril 
KlfniiMvl.ir>' J^i'tiiMtl 
N, r. Clfllun. Pa-lor 

BAVHIDK BAI'TIi^T ('III'KCH 

J4H0 Plea-iiin' Hoiisf RU. 
Janips V. XhiFue, ranter 

BK.%rHI.AW>< BAPTIST CHI RCH 

nth and Med. Avenue 
Georpe WoUett, Jr.. Minister 



BIBLE BAPTIHT t'Hl KCH i 

Greeimell Rd. and LriUcvicw Dr. 

B.is'sKlf. Va, 

Rev. David Moore. Pastor 



BI..4fKW.VTEK ItAPTIST riU'RCH 

Rpv. S»lph L. Horn 



BAVMIDK (HKIHTIAN till R4'H 

i('oni;j(*t:.iliun;ill 
Shore Drive aiiil (ireenwell Road 

Karl L. Farnll, .M.iiii.lir 

DIAMUMI HPRIMt.H CHSIMTIAV 

CHllU'ii 

Diwiiilw ol Christ 

6700 W. Hadeu Hoad 

G. David Slir«'Ve». Pastor ■ 

SIBIRBAN ( HHISTIAN riURCH 

111 l,ol><iuich Aven'ie 
Key. J. Frederiik Parker 



CHURCH OF CHRIST 



('HIRCR OF CHRIST 

14liO Va. Wea< h Ulvd. Orcana 
Roy N. Wilson, Minister 



LVKMIIAVKN rOI.O.W I MTKD 

ciiriuy 

iConLTf::;! Menial riirislian) 

Gn'at .Nc'k Rd. near Shorr Drive 

Tlie Kcv. Tho. H. Bntton 



TEMPLE EMAMAt 

25th and Baliiv, Va. Itiach 
i'hiliii Pincus, RaUbi 



CU.VBITY METHODIST CHIBCB 

Bai'k Bay, Vlrrinia 
Leslie E. Grat-e. Milliliter 



THALIA METHODIST rHriU'H 

Pine Ave. aud Vk. Bc«ch Blvd. 
William L. Anher, Pastor 



LUTHERAN 



tOMMrRITY METHODIST CIU'RCH 

Acredale — KenipBville 
Key. John L. Kibler. Jr. 



8ALEM METHODIST CHURCH 

Prini'esa Anne, Virfiiiia 
Emory S. EUmore, Minister 



OCEAN PARK CO.MMLXITY 
(HIBCH 

I.'jr'ont rir.lp- liaynide. Va. 
I'.ail K. .MH-.illouifli. Tli.M. 



CARROW BAPTIST ( lU'RrH 

Rev. Gary H. Thompson 



Wins Flight Officer Wings 



VIRGINIA BEl-^CH - Sterling 
Jaikson Parr, of 1033 Miks Stan- 
dish Road. Va. Beach, has joined 
Eastern Airlines as fli^ officer 
and tes succe?sfu!y conflicted in- 
tensive training at Eastern's FligN 
Crew TVainii^ Centra- at Miami, 
Fla. 



J. C WHEAT 
AND COMPANY 

MEMBER 

NEW YORK 

STOCK FXaiANOE 

15 SELDEN ARC/iDE 
NORFOLK. VA. 

PHONE MAS-43S1 



He graduated from Bessemer 
High School, in Alabama and prior 
to joinii^ Eastern, he served as a 
lieutenant in the U. S. Navy. He 
first learned to fly in 1965. 

Fan- will be based in New York 
and will fly to many of the lOB 
cities Eastern serves in 26 states, 
the District of Columbia, Canada. 
Mexico. Puerto Rico and Bermuda. 

Eastern is adding approximately 
ffiO flight officers tlris year and 
plpns to cMitinue its pilot em- 
ployment program through 1970. 

The increase in pilot personnel 
is largely due to the rapid expan- 
sion in Eastern's fleet of airliners 
and planned increase in flying 
in this and future years. 

The fleet expansion includes the 
addition of 64 Douglas DC-9 jets, 

9 Douglas DC-a-61 super jeXs and 

10 727 Quick Chaise Whi^)erjets. 



CORNERSTOMK BAPTIST 

iConHPrvativp Baptist) 
Hpv. Parker Vomiit 
2'.!0 Red Tide Roiul 



FAITH BAPTIST (HI'Kt'll 

6818 Va. Beaih Blvd., Norfold 
Fri'd M. Farix*. P;i«ior 

FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHt XCH 

4111 (jlinrook Road, \orfidk 
Rev. Cli.irlen T. HeiidrKkn 



FIRST BAPTIST CHlRrn 

.SBth St. al Holly Rd. 
H. W;ulell Watrit,, Pastor 



FIRST COLONIAL BAPTIST CHIRCn 

GrorsT T. SlalliniTH, P,-i»tor 



FREEWILL BAPTIST CHIKCH 

141,5 Ocj-ana Boulevard 
T. J. TnKlp. Pastor 



KEMPSVILLK BAPTIST (III RCII 

77'.iO PriniTss .\iitic Ril. 
Charles H. Jonen. P:i,"tor 

KINfi'H OR ANT BAPTIST CHAPEL 

Mcetiiie In Kinirnlnn Klcnienlary S' liool 
W. Glenn TallanI, l'a.-('ur 



KALA CHIRt H OF CHRIST 

CrceiN. Virtinia Ik'inh. Virtrinia 
W. T. Weaver. Minister 

0( E.VNA CIIIRCH OF CHRIST 

Ulid Vireiiiia liiMwh Blvd. 
Roy Wilcon, Pastor 

PE.MnROKK irtANOR INITED 
CHI RCH OF CHRIST 

(('oiiL'rc(.'atinri.a4 Christian) 

J*"sliiiff? i:i I'enihroke Manor 

Kleini'iilary 5i<'hool 

Rev. Call T. Days 



CHURCH OF GOD 



ASSKMBI V OF GOD 

Viri-'iiiia I'.iach nonlrv.ird 

I'.asl Lane — ()ie:ina 

Rti . .'^.iimiei D. Ii,rlcr. Jr. 

CHl'RCII <»F (iOU 

«'J0 14th Street 

Bubljy H. Saius, Pastor 



Vl*(ilMA «K\( H (O.MMlSlTY 
(HAPEL 

Laakin R.i.. Linkhorn Bay 
Rev. Riehard Woodward. Piuitor 



EPISCOPAL 



E.%8TER1I SHORE CHAPEL 

B. Sidney Sanders, Rector 



E.MANl'AL LITHERAN CHIBCH 

Lynn Shore Drive al Vir^'lnia Beach 
Kenneth A. Price, Pastor 



FOINDRY METHODWT CHIBCH 

Va. Beaih Blvd.. Lynnhaven 
William H. Aco-.ta. Minister 



EVANGELHAL LITHERAN CHURCH 
OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 

1480 Umkm RnaA 
Rev. Diikson W. Tajlor 



FRANCIS ASBIIRV METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Great Neik Road 
*LeRoy Davis. Minister 



OUR 8.4VIOR'S LUTHERAV 
CHURCH 

Baylake. Pines, Bayslde 
Kenneth H. Carbaurh, Pastor 



IIAi'GOOO MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHCBCH 

4713 Hayfood Road 
Robert P. Bryan, Paator • 



EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

2:13 Bowman Road 
Rev. Leonard R. Graves, Jr. 

GALILEE EPISCOPAL CHURCB 

40th and Pacific 
Tlie Rev. Eilmimd Berktlcy, Rei'tor 



OLD nONATIOH EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

44tf Witch Duck Road, Bayside 



ST. AIDEN'S EPIWOPAL CHURCH 

Kinit's Grant Rd. and Edinbiirs Drive 
Rev. L. J. Taylor. Jr., Vicar 



PRINCE OF PEA'E LUTHERAN 
CKUfcCH 

(Mi.s.«miri Synod) 

424 KintcH Grant Road 

Rev. J. Elmer Medley. Paator 



NAZARENE 



OCE.\NA CHURCH OF THE 
HA/.ARENE 

9. Court hoiis-e Rd.. Oceana 
Paul R. Aldriih, Pastor 



RN0TT8 ISLAND METHODIST 
CHURCH 

KnottB Wand. N. C. 
Robert C. Black, Minister 



LfKIl^^ METHODIST CHURCH 

6560 Viririnia Be:»cli Blvd. 

Rev. C. Katon Gray ^ r-^ 

LYNNHAVEN METHODIST CIIVttCH 

Little Noi'k Road 
Rev. Oscar V. RodrlRuez 



VIRGINIA BEACH METHODIST 
CHURCH 

207 18th Street 
Rev. Beverly Felty 

PENTECOSTAL 



PENTF-COSTAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 

151h St. and Baltic Ave, 
Klwood Keni, Paator 



PRESBYTERLiN 



BAYSIDE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Near Robbing Corner 
Rev. J, E. Johnson. Pastor 

BOW CREEK PBESBYTEKIAN 
CHURCH 

Hosemont Road and Plaza Trail 
Wentz J. Miller, Minister 



NIMMO METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virrlnia 
Emory S. Ellniore, Minister 



CALVARY PBFJ*BYTERIAN CHURCH 

First St., Glenrock, Norfolk 
E. Crowell Cooley, Pastor 



8T 



FRANCIS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

609 Uoscniont Uo.ul 
The Rev. Clayton E. CriKifer, Vicar 



FRIENDS 



FRIENDS MKKTINO 

(Qiiakcn 
L^ukiu Uu;id 



METHODIST 



PLAZA METHODIST CHURCH 

208 Plua Trail 
Herbert G. Hobbs. Pastor 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

1300 Araftona Boulevard 
H. Bland Dudley, Minister 



B.VYI.AKE METHODIST CHURCH 

Shore Ur. at Trcvsiire Island Dr. 

In Bayside 

Uaynunid E. .Miisscr. Minister 



SCOTT MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHUIMH 

400 First Ciiloiiial Ro,id 
Rev. H. Wark Curry, Pastor 



FIRST PRFJ4BYTKRIAN CHURCH 

I'iwific 4ve. at JXilh St. 
John S. Lyies. Paotor 



BEECP GRO\E METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Aiiiic 
jLqx K. JiM-ktfOU. Pustuf 



8T 



MARK A.M.E. CHURCH 

Oceana 
■KcT. D. P. Felton, Pastor 



KEMPSVII„LE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

(KO Kciii|i,villc Road 
J. L. Coiriwk, P;istor 



MOUNT tH.IVE BAPTIST CHI RCU 

L. Warren ('Ii.ikc, Piislor 




OAK (iROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

B.ick Ba.v, Virfini.! 
Alvin St. Clair, I'aslor 




KINGS GRANT PRFJSRYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

716 Little Neik Road 
U!i.}nioiid C. Klitton, Panlor 



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w» ke^ our ttandards high. Your insurance trou- 
bles ore "gone with the wind" when you rely on us 
♦o hcHwfle cbims or plan your protection. "P.S." 
(^ means keeping your protection up-to-date. 



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Hirmi. CMScnqiT 



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ImmrMa Ccmpsny 

8111 PACIFIC AVE. - VIRGINUV BEACH 
428-9161 



ANNE M). - CITY HALL 
(1) 426-5600 



PBINCF-SS ANNE FREEWILL 
BAPTIST CHI KCH 

1415 Diivuia Bhd 
T. J. Tiiiule, Pastor 

PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA BAPflST 
CHIIU'H 

~l,l IIosl'tlMMll Ito.ad 

Rev. .Mih Ml Hiii-hcs, Pastor 

ST. JIIMN'S BAPTIST CHUKI H 

I'rilfi'ss AliMc ('nun Iliiiisi' 
Rev. Bni.r 11. Perkins, I'aslor 

LONDON BKMXiK B.XPTI.XT t HURCH 

'.iilldiiM Hihltc. Vlri;iiii;( 
G. Kdwanl lluthi s. INislor 

THALIA LYNN BAPTIST CHURCH 

Va. Bea<'h Blvd. .•idiiiiniMir Princess 

H It'll Sihool 

Rev. Roiicrl N. Wallace 

FIR.ST B.MTIST ( HIK( H 

l..viiii4i.ivcn 
Rev. .Mclviii 11. Bcmiics. paflor 

U.MON KK.MPSVII.LE BAPTIST 
CHIBCH 

R<v. s. L. Sioit. Piistor 



LITTLE PINEY GROVE BAPTIST 
CHURt H 

Creeils — Rev. J. ,M. Hall, iKistor 



BIG PINEY GROVE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Prini'Oss Anne 
Rev. RodfiT Steel piustor 



"Let this mind he in you, which uxu also in Christ Jesus.** 

— PhiUppians2:5 



Have you ever given thought 
to the expression which points 
out that "what you think you 
are"? 

Think happy thoughts and 
your attitude toward life is cer- 
tain to be brighter and cheer- 
ful. Look for gloom and you 
will find it. 

It follows that our life be- 
comes enriched when we turn 
our thoughts to God, when we 
keep in mind the high example 
of the dedicated life of Christ 
upon earth. 

Keep God in your life, every 
day. 



LVNNHAVEN PRESBYTERIAN 
CllllUil 

T..vtiiili,'ivcii Vill.au'e 
Kev. Miirion H. Wcljfc, Jr. 

THALIA TRINITY PRESBYTERI.YN 
CHURCH 

4m) Thalia Hoiid 
Sidney I). Crane, Minister 



.MORNING .STAR BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. G. L. Parker, pastor 

EBENEZKR BAPTIST CHI RCU 

Rev. G. L. Paiker. juastor 

ST. JOHN A.M.E. (HURCH 

I>avis t'lipner 
Re\ . J. C. Knunllero.v. pastor 




WYCLIFFE PRE.SBVTEBIAN CHUKCU 

John B. I)cy Klein. School 
J. Stanton Blaiu, Pastor 



ROMAN CATHOLIC 



STAB OF THE SE,\ C.\TII«L1C 
ClIURtil 

14th St. and Arctic Cir.le 
Uev. Francis V. BanihricU 



ST. GliEtiGRV THE (iREAT 
I'ATHGLIC CHURCH 

7'JTl Virginia Ucwii HIvd. 

Kcv. Flavi.in Ycliiiko. (I.S.B. 

Uev. Paschal Kiicip, O.S.B, 

ST. MATTHEWS CATIIGLIC CHUiJC- 

1010 S.indra Ijniic, Va, licacli 
Father OHara, Father Fiiidl.iy 



ST. NICHOLAS ( .XTHIILK 

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FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, 
SCIENTIST 

200 30lh Street 



BRETHREN 



(iRA( E BRETHREN CHI RCH 

Great .Neck at Hilltop 
A. Harold .\rriiigton. Pastor 



R«ad your BIBLE daily 

and 

GO TO CHURCH 

SUNDAY 



LARASAN 

REALTY & INSURANCE CORPS. 
S401 Va. Beach Blvd. - Phone 34O-3030 

"Remember Hie Man From Lara^an" 



WALKER REALTY CORP. 

Branch Offlce 
3277 VmCINLV BEACH BLVD. 
Adjacent To Princess Ann Plaza 

WE SELL. BUY, RENT ft TRADE 

TELEPHONE S4(W121 




ROSEWOOD MEMORIAL PARK, INC. 

CEMETERY 

PRINCESS ANNE MEMORIAL PARK 

CEMETERY 
FOR INFORMATION CALL GY 7-8925 



WHITEHURST REALTY COMPANY 

LASKIN ROAD AT HILLTOP 

PEAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 

SALES & RENTALS 

TELEPHONE 428-6886 

The key To Better Living 



OCEANA BEAUTY ACADEMY 

1737 VmCINIA BEACH BOULEVARD 

Phone 428-3246 

Virghiia Beach, Vh-ginia 23453 

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY 



KELLAM-EATON INSURANCE CO. 

3111 Pacific Ave. — Telephone GA 8-9161 

2406 B. Prince*! Anne Rd. Dial 426-5606 

Real Estate — Rentals — Insonaea 



SEASIDE MARKET 

We Deliver 
Tclepbone 428-9313 ■ 
23rd Street Virginia Beach 



FLOWERS 
HERBERT HARRELL FLORIST 

PHONE 428-8732 



PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING & 
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS, Inc. 

2 Locationi To Serve You 

Radio Dispatched Trucki 

431 Virginia Beach Blvd. — Dial 428-1660 

Princeit Anne Station — Dial 426-6216 



BRINKLEY'S SHEU SERVICE 

"Friendly Service plus Qnality Prodacto" 

31^ Street tod Baltk Atcdm 

Telephone GA 8-4232 Virgiaia Beach 



MAESTAS FUNERAL HOME 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 
PHONE 428-6121 



MURDEN DRUG CO., Inc. 

Prompt - Efficient Pretcription Sarvica 

Phone 340-81 1 1 2264 Va. Beach Blvd. 

FREE DELIVERY 



The "CONVERSE" Tennis Oxford For Men 
aiMl Boys Is Available At 

HIRSCHLER'S SHOES 

Aragona Mkopplng Center 
4848 Virginia Beach Blvd. 



BE.LO SUPERMARKET 

London Bridge, Va. aad 

Mk Street & AitUe Atmm 

Vbillik Beach 



W. A. WOOD, Inc. 

ConmiMioa Agaal 

HaabU OU A Refining C*. 

Fufel Oil and Kerosen* 

OUI CA8-33dS 




CAVALIER GARAGE 

JOILNNY DUDLEY 

Dkectljr Beh^ Hotel 

IndcpcadcDtly C^Krated 
HoUj Road ft Cavalier Dr. — 428-2131 



OCEANA CURB MARKET 

VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEANA 

Country Cured Bacon, Hams ft Shoulders 

Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, 

Groceries ft Meat* 



FLOYD T. DEARY CO. 

1636 INDUSTRIAL PARK ROAD 
VIRGLNIA BE.%CH. VIRGINU 23451* 
ALL TYPra WELDING 
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F. S. McCOY 




Phone 42S4U3 



McCOY Oil COMPANY 

Bm^et Payncirt Ru — Keraaene — Fwl Oil 
3U VkpaiM BcaiA fivd. Va. Beat^ Va. 



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CUSTOM BUILDING 


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Phone t»3m Vkgtaia Brarh, Va. 



New Building Planned By Seaboard 



Seaward Citizais National Bank 
President, J. Hoge Tyler, III, an- 
Douitted the oompletion of ne^ 
tiations for the bank's occupancy 
1^ <rf a new nineteen-story honie of- 
fice building to be constructed be- 
tween Plimie Street and the north 
side .of Norfolk's downtown com- 
mercial plaza. 

The new structure will be known 
as the Seaboard Citizens National 
Bank Buikiing. The land was re- 
cently purchased from the Nor- 
folk Redevelopment and Housing 
Autiwrity by Thom^ J. Ross and 
leased to the Ross-Davis Devel- 
oper Group of Washington. DC. 



Originally announced as a twdve- 
story building, the developers, in 
conjunction with bank directors 
and officials, increased the com- 
plac to include ooth a nineteen- 
story office building and an ad- 
jacent multistory parking facility. 
The bank plans to locate its ex- 
ecutive offices, trust division, and 
partial downtown Norfolk bank- 
ing office in the new structure. 

The new high rise will contain 
approximately 256,000 gross square 
feet. The building is designed as 
a tower structure that will over- 
hang an open ground floor lobby. 

A (multi-story adjacent parking 




MRS. JOHN F. WINN, JR., is president of the 54-member Cavalier- 
Virginia Beach branch of the International King's Sons and Daughters, 
working for the immediate needs of the General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach. Mr. Winn is pictured with her at the recent smorgasbord Buffet 
given at the James Sadler home on Greatneck Point as a fund-raising 
project by the entire circle. (Photo by Cassandra) 



facility accommodating 256 cars 
will be connected to the main 
buikiing by a covered pedestrian 
raihp and service driveway. 

■Rie Bank wiD initially occupy 
the lower level, first-floor lotoy 
and three upper floors for a total 
qf approxiniStely 57.000 square ft. 

An open balcony overlooking tlie 
main banking floor at the second- 
story level will house the bank's 
executive offices, Board of Direct- 
ors' room and conference room?.. 

Seaboard has occupied its pres- 
ent eight-story location, located 
several blocks west of the con- 
templated site, since 1898. Bank 
officials state that a permanent 
office with complete banking facil- 
ities Will be maintained in the 
old location after the move. They 
said that plans for disposition of 
the present structure are not com, 
plete at this time. 

Marine Sergeant Carl J. Lar- 
son, son of Mrs. C?ral A. Larson 
of 4700 Westgrove Road. Virginia 
Beach, is serving with Marine 
Fighter Attack Squadron 542 in Da 
Nang, Vietnam. 



Army Maj. Lawrence 0. Zit- 
train,, whose parents, Mr. and 
Mrs. Samuel Zittrain reside at 
4704 Atlantk: Avenue, was award- 
ed the Air Medal May 4 while 
serving with the 1st Cavalry Divi- 
sion in Vietnam. Major Zittrain 
received the award for outstand- 
ing achievement' in aerial support 
of ground forces in combat. 



DON'T SWEAT IT . . . Hot enough for you?-Want to be cooler? 

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Do you know how much cooling power your home requires?— Shealey 

does! 

There are many brands of air-conditioners, all different.— You're sure to 
get a "real cool job" from Shealey's Carrier.— Call him for design and 
model. 

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Bus. College 
Opens Tues. 



The Princes Anne Business Col- 
lege, located at 3707 Virginia 
Beach Blvd. (near Prinoess Anne 
Plaza, will open its doors to stu- 
dents on July 5, 1966. 

A con^lete range of business 
courses will be offered, varying 
from full diplMna and certificate 
courses for training sscretaris:, 
stenographers, clerk typists, ac- 
countants and for general bjsine s 
training. Individual subjects sucm 
as Typing, Gregg Shorthand, 
Speedwriting, Office Machine Oper- 
ation or Accounting are al-'io avail, 
able. 

Brush-up course- are n'.s) pro- 
vided for on a monthly ba^is for 
those who d.?sire to p^iish-up oI:l 
skills in typing and Gvsg'J, Short- 
hand. 

The facilities of Princess Anne 
Business College have beim care- 
fully planned to appeul ti the no a 
high school gradi;atc-; who have 
grown accustomed to attending 
classes in our new, modern hign 
schools. Classroom furniture, of- 
fice furniture, and ail business 
machines are brand new and th? 
school is located in a new building 
with plenty of par!<ing space near 
the population center cf Virginia 
Beach. 

All staff personnel of the Prin- 
cess Anne Business College will 
be graduates of a four year ac- 
credited college. The Registrar 
and Accounting teacher, Mr. .Jack 
D. Anderson, recently retired from 
the U.S. Navy and holds a Ma.stcr 
of Science degree in Financial 
Management from George Wash- 
ington University, Washington, 
D. C. 

Princess Anne Business College 
is a division of Norfolk College 
which is accredited by the Ac- 
crediting Commission for Business 
Colleges, designated as a nation- 
ally recognized accrediting agency 
by the United States Office of 
iEducation. 




Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, June 30, 1.966 

Page 3-B 



WEARING DARK GLASSES doesn't disguise these happy honeymoon- 
c!S, mairied only two days and relaxing on the terrace of the Ameri- 
cana. Thty are Mr. and Mrs. William Jordan, who are June graduates 
o! Hampdin-Sidney and William and Mary, respectively. In September, 
Jordan will enter the Th'coiugical School for Presbyterian ministers, in 
Kichrnond and Mrs. Jordan will add her charm and intelligence to the 
leaching staff of one of Richmond's public elementary scliools as a help- 
mate to her husband. The Jordans are from McLean, Virginia; she was 
MLss Dorothy Currie before her recent marri;.*je. (Photo by Cassandra) 



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To The Med 



BUILDERS SUPER MART 



LITTLE GREEK-.-\ six-ship am- 
ph bioiis squadron left Norfolk 
Tuesday morning iJune 28 1 for a 
uve-manth Mediterranean deploy- 
ment with the United States Sixth 
Fleet. The squadron will relieve 
sb( ships now in the Mediterran- 
ean. 

Captain Raymond M. Harris, 
Commander Amphibious Squadron 
Two, commands the departing 
squadron. It consists of his flag- 
ship, the attack transport USS 
Chilton (APA-38); the attack trans- 
port USS Mountrail (APA-213); 
attack cargo ship USS Thuban; 
dock landing ships USS Donner 
(LSD-20) and San Marcos (LSD- 
251; and the tank landing ship USS 
Traverse County (I.ST-11601. 

The deploying squadron will stop 
at Morehead City, N; C, to pick up 




"MR. GRAPIIO " AM) "GlitL FRIDAY ", Maria, are pittured at the 
Cavalier Beach and Cabanu Club, analyzing the handwriting of a guest. 
"Mr, Grapho" is on hand nightly at the club through the summer. He 
believes that marriage, business and dating compatibility can be de- 
termined by handwriting analysis. (Photo by Cassandra) 



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6th Marines cf the 2nd Marine Di- 
vision based at Camp Licjeune, N. 
C. The Marine Battalion landing 
team is commanded by Lieutenant 
Colonel Paul Weifer. 

Amphibious Squadron Two will 
relieve Amphibious Squadron Six, 
which has been in the Mediterran- 
ean since March. The six ships 
now deployed there are the attack 
transports USS Cambria (APA-36) 
and USS Sandoval (APA-194), the 
dock landing shipps USS Casa 
Grande (LSD-13) and USS Shad- 
well (LSD-I5), the attack cargo 
ship USS Oglethorpe (AKA-100), 
and the tank landing ship USS Wal- 
worth County (LST-1164). 

'BLT 2/6 will relieve BLT 3/2 
which deployed to the Mediterran- 
ean with the six Amphibious Squa- 
dron Sue diips. 

While in the Mediterranean on 
the five-month deployment, the 
amphibious squadron and the Ma- 
rine units will conduct routine 
training exercises with other units 
of the Sixth Fleet and with other 
Amercian, friendly and allied 
forces stationed around the Medi- 
terranean. 

Airman 3/c Danny R. Simmons, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Sim- 
mons of 910 MacDonald Road, Vir- 
ginia Beach, recently graduated 
from the U. S. Air Force training 
course for aircraft rrKchanics at 
Sheppad AFB. Tex. 
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Telephone 426-6216 

PRINCESS ANNE STATION 

Opposite City Hail 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 



This morning 

Kent Carter 

fixed a broken leg, 

helped three cases of flu 

and prevented 
an epidemie of measles. 



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intlail ti-li-ptii«nr »>T\iif i..r ,t .|i«li,r'. iich ofFKe. 
But tlii-ji ,-M-t\ i|,i\ 111- li.K'. ». Mill thill,; ju-! a-- im- 
portant. Like iii-t.illmg aiiiiiiioiul IflfplKitiea fur 
a growing hu*!nrt« Or a pen.ivn.il Pniue^s phime 
for a fffiiwiiij: lr«'ii-i;;fr, K\.'is il n Kt-nt in-i.ill- 
telephones for pi-i.|jli- who n,-,.,! i,, , all .jm |,,rs and 
relatiiei and grixery itliire, and tnetiiis Making 
»ure tliev un i? what Kent !ikr> best aiwut his job 
•» « C4P Installer— ttrpairnuii. 

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Vli^inia Beach SOH^ Thursday, June 30, 1966 




THE BYRDS 



APPEARING AT THE DOME-SUNDAY. JULY 17Ui 

CONCERT 4 P.M. $3.00 per person 
DANCE 8:30 P.M. $2.50 per person 

ADVANCE TICKETS ON SALE AT 

CLOTHING CHEST — 317 LASKIN ROAD 

TIMBRE MUSIC CENTER - 25th & PACIFIC 



^^.- TO REACH -RtGHT /> ,t j^e st^O^[ 



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ON THE OCEAN FRONT 



31^ Straet & Atlantic Avenue — Virginia Beach 
-RIDES OPEN DAILY AT 1 P.M.- 

SAT., SUN. Jk JULY 4th MON. at 12 NOON! 



HOLIDAY FIREWORKS!! 
MON. NITE-JULY 4th-AT 10 P.M. 

• FREE— "OUTThrUlhig All Other ThrUling Displays" 



WORLD FAMOUS CIRCUS ACTS!! 

2 FYee ^ows Every Day at 2:30 & 10 P.M. 



L AST 4 DAYS! 

"The Great Erick" 

ASTOUNDING 

SENSATION 

On The High Wire! 

Id Person 

Thru Julv 3rd 



• DANCING NIGHTLY 

with "THE .4DR1ANS" 

JAM SESSIONS ON 

Sat., Sun. & July 4th Mon. 

Start 1 1 A.M. 




7 DAYS Begmntog JULY 4th 
"THE Tumbling 

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For Teenagers 

— Tonite & Thurs. July 7- 



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Work Done 
At Fair 

RlOffMKKW — Exteinive imirove- 
meats to (be {rfi^ faciUties aod 
showgrctmds have been made, for 
the vm State Fair of Vorgmia to 
be held here September ZKktdMr 
1, F. W. Hassdback. Executive 
Vke-Preadent Aaid today. 

The existing Midway Area has 
besn widoied ten feet to a total 
of 50 feet along two kmes 800 fe^ 
kmg for a total of 1,600 fset. This 
l^ovides more tlian 40,000 square 
feet of hard-surfaced area for 
shows aoA rides. Additional rest- 
room facHities have been provided 
for w(Hnen in the amBement 
area. Several food conccssioo 
stands have been up-graded and 
one of Uiem has a brick exterior. 

A riew ntodsmistic pylon and 
light to.ver has been omstructed. 
New hard-surfaced walkways have 
been added. 'Additional st^M'age fa- 
cilities for equipment and machin- 
ery has been Mk'ed. Further im- 
provements and modifications 
have b!?cn made to the four princi- 
pal entrances to the fairgrounds to 
provide speed handling of traffic. 

f^'iftccn permanent buildings and 
seven large tents, will house the 
principal indoor exhS>its, demon- 
strations and activities. The cat- 
tle show v/ill take place in a huge 
brick and steel building with ex- 
tensive wings. Other buildings of 
aluminum and steel with hard sur- 
faced floors arc Industry of Agri- 
culture, Women's WorW, Com- 
merce and Industry, Common- 
wealth of Virginia, Junior Club and 
Swine Jtidging. 

-Aluminum over wood frame 
building house Holstcin and Guern- 
sey dairy cattle and Junioi; Exhib- 
its. Tents are used for swine, poul- 
try, rabbits, types of cattle and 
dairy goats, pigeons and "Young 
McDonald's Farm". Farm Crips, 
Milking Parlor, Press, hnforma- 
tion and Public Safety iBuildings 
are of steel, concrete and masonry 
construction. 

TTie State Fair of Virginia occu- 
pies a 250-acre tract in the North- 
east section of Richmond. 



Pvt. Ronald R. Hyman, son d 
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie G. Hyman, 
1188 Oceaja blvd., has completed 
advanced artillery training at the 
Army Artillery and Missile Sdwol, 
Fort Sill, Okla. He was trained 
as a canmmeer in field artillery. 



Wire Act 
At Park 



vnOBOA BBMU-The biggest 
firemwts <8^1ay el the season 
will DMik tbe Foi^ of Ms obser- 
vawe at Sea^ AmusemeiH Park, 
Viii^ Beat*, on Monday. The 
show fMs on over die Atlantic 
M 10 p.m. 

Tlw Great Eric, m "artoun*ng 
acrobat," b the ja-ehoBday week 
attradfOT at the park. His act is 

a new European novelty, a high 
wire performance. The Great Eric 
whoee talait as "foranort kii^ 
of the W^ wire," taa be«i handed 
down by tradition from a Viennese 
fanily of wire-walkers, wraps his 
stunts HI the (piise of comedy, al- 
though they WOTildn't be much hin 
for a man of lesser skill. Partic- 
ularly so, since he scorns the use 
of a safety net, or even a balanc- 
ing device. 

Seaside Amusement Parks ball- 
room is currently the showcase 
for the Great Adrians, a six-piece 
cMiiibo who proved so popular on 
their introduction to the beach's 
dance patrons that they were en- 
gaged' for the entire season. They 
play every night and on Saturdays 
and Sundays from 11 a.m. with 
the Go-Go Girls in their stageside 
cages an extra discoteque-type at- 
traction. 

Regular attractions available to 
the park's daily patrons include 
the midway rides— the Scooter, 
Ferris Wheel, Laff-in-the-Dark, 
Carousel and Whip— not to men- 
tion a whole section devoted to 
junior-size rides for the tots. There 
is also a shaded picnic area with 
everything necessary to make a 
family or group outing pleasant, 
all at no charge. 

Admission to Seaside Amusement 
Park is free. 




WALTHALL HAMftTON and Claadliie Iddings are featured to Wedge- 
wood Dinner Theatre's "Cat On Hot Tin Roof," the Tennessee Williams' 
Pulitzer Priw-wtaning play which has a four-week run, June 28 through 
23. (Mioto by WilUams) 

'Shof Begins At Cavalier 



Airman David J. Spreder, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Servi A. Spreder 
of 1205 Manatee', Drive, has been 
selected for training at Chanute 
AFB. III., as an .Air Force air- 
craft equipment repairman. 



Captain John Bacs, son oi Mr. 
and Mrs. Steven Bacs of 5233 Car- 
olanne Drive, has been graduated 
fr«n the Air University's Squad- 
ron Officer School, Maxwell AFTB, 
Ala., and has been assigned to 
Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz., for 
My. 





NORF0LK-1.A former employee 
t)f New York 3en. Jacob Javits 
was accused of murder, Wednes- 
day night, at the Cavalier Dinner 
Playhouse in Norfolk. 

Miss Trudi Mathes of Stuttgart, 
Germany plays the lead in Tim 
Jones' production of "A Shot in 
the Dark", the mystery comedy 
by Marcel Archard, which opened 
Wednesday night for a four week 
run at the Cavalier Dinner Play- 
house, in J^orfolk. 

At ei^t-thirty, after the dinner 
buffet bad been cleared away, the 
lights dimmed and Trudi Mathes^ 
who once served ais a nurse gov- 
erness in the household, of Sen. 
Javits, tfidc the stage ttf portray 
a French parlormaid accused of 
murdering her jeatous lever, a 
ehauffeur employed by a promi- 
nent Partisian banker. As the maid 
Josefa, Trudi must convince a 
young and inexperienced straight- 
laced magistrate of her innocence. 

Matthew Chait of N^ York is 
seen as the young magistrate who 
finds not only the maid is a sus- 
pect, but that her employer, Ben- 
jamin Beaurever, and his wife, 
Dominique, also have motives for 
murder. 

George Williams plays the role 
of the banker who hap an affair 
with the maid, and Angela Walker 
portrays Beaurever's wife. 

Also appearing is Charlie Rich- 
man as the experienced magis- 
trate's clerk and Terri Reed as 
the inquisitive wife of the mag- 
istrate. Tim Jones is seen as the 
hard-nosed chief prosecutor who 
wairts a quick confession and con- 
viction. 
fc Scenery is designed by Tim 
'^ones, lighting by Roy Ivy, and 
costumes by Ty Slbert. 

Located at 3517 Argonne Avenue 
in Norfolk, Tlie Cavalier will pre- 
sent the buffet-play fete of "Shot" 
nightly except Mondays from June 



29 to July 24. Reservations may 
be made by telephoning the Play- 
house at 855-6033. 



Airman Arturo F. Sese, son of 
Mr. and Mrs- Juan G. Sese of 
2960 N. Lynnhavein road, has besn 
assigned to Grand Forks AFIB, 
N. D., after completing Air Force 
basic training. 



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DAVID McCALLUM, Marshall Thompson. SMrley Eaton, Lloyd 
Bridges, and Brian Kelly, making up the scientific crew of a subma- 
rine, experience a tense moment as they listen for pressure signals as 
the sub dives to tremendous depths. It's one of the exciting scenes frtrni 
!kIGM's "Around the Worid Under the Sea." The thriBing Ivan Tors 
production was filmed in Panavislon and Metrocolor largely below the 
surface of ocean waters off the coasts (rf FlorMa and the Bahamas. 



CAVALIER 

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TENDER 

TRAP" 






June ist thru 
.lime 26th 

For Reservations 

Call 855-6033 

3517 ARGONNE AVI 
NORFOLK VA 



Virginia Beach Theatres 

BEACH-BAYNE 

25th & Atlantic 17th &• Atlantic 



TODAY, FRI. & SAT. 
June 30 & July 1-2 
COLUMBLiPIOimES 

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June 30 & July 1-2 

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July 3-4-5 



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Pienie July 9 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The Virginia 
Beach RecreaUtfn Department, Ui*- 
Ion Kanpsvffle Hi^ School Di- 
vision, is plannii^ a golden age 
picnic at Red Wmg P«rk cti 
Oceana Boulevard. Tlie picnic wiH 
be heid on Saturday, Jirfy 9, 1966, 
from 9:00 A.M. to 4-30 P M. 

This picnic is for golden age 
dub members and their f^iiiies. 
Toe clubs who are expfectfxi to par- 
ticipate are Lynnhaven, Nimo, Atr 
lantlc Park, Blacfcwater, Bayade 
and Zresds. 

• LEGAL NOTICES 



NOTICE OF SALE OF 
VALUABLE PROPERTY 

Pursuant to Decree <rf the Cir- 
cuit Court <rf the City of Vir^nia 
Beach, Virginia, entered ai May 
3rd. 1966, in a Oiancery cMse 
therein pendii^ styted "Paul La- 
Cour, Complainant, vs. Ow Sav- 
ior's Evangehcal Lutheran Owrch, 
et als. Defendants", the under- 
signed will offer fte bekw de- 
scrii>ed property for sale at PiAlic 
Auction to the hi^iest bidder, hx 
cash, at 10:00 O'Ctodc A.M., <mq 
August 8th, 1966, at the front en- 
trance to the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
at Princess Anne Station, Virpiia 
Beach, Virginia: 

ALL THAT CERTAIN iXW. 
piece or parcel of land, with im- 
provements thereon, situated in 
Bayside Borough, in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, and 
designated as Lot Number Twen- 
ty-three (23), on the Plat of 
Bayside Corporation, made -by 
S. W. Armistead, C.E., dated 
January, 1941, and duly recorded 
in the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the CRy of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, in Map 
Book 12, at Page 72, reference 
to which is hereby made for 
a more particular description 
thereof. 

GARLAND M. LAYTON and 
JOSEPH J. LAWLBR, 

Special Commissioners. 
I hereby certify that the Bond 
required by the aforesaid Decree 
has been duly posted. 

JOHN V. HJNTHESS, Clerk 
By: Mary M. White, 
Deputy Clerk. 

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VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT CX)URT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE 23rd DAY OF JUNE, 1986, 

W. SHEPHERD DREWRY, JR.. 
et als, Committees for MAR- 
GARET OLD BUTT, an Incompe- 
tent, Complainants, 

Vf. 

MARGARET OLD BUTT, et als. 
Defendants . 

IN CHANCERY 

Docket No. 9773 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to sell 

and convey certain real estate 

seized and possessed by Margaret 

Old Butt, an Incompetent, which 

said property is more particularly 

described as fallows: 

ALL THOSE CERTAIN tracts, 
pieces or parcels of land with 
the improvements thereon, situ- 
ated in the City of Virginia 
Reach, Virginia, and designated 
as Parcels D and G, as shown 
on a certain Plat entitled "Plat 
shewing Property to be Acquired 
by Hartman Realty Corporation, 
et als, from Margaret Old Butt, 
et d!s, by trade far Parcel "A", 
made by Frank D. Tarrall, Jr. 
& Associates, dated February 19, 
1980. and recorded in the Clark's 
Office of the Circuit Court cf 
the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, in Map Book 4d, at Page 
40. reference to which is hereby 
made, 
and an .Affidavit having been made 
and filed Uhat the fallowing named 
persons are non-residents of this 
State, and that their last known 
addresses are as follows, twvit: 
ARTHUR D. OLD, Fulton, New 
York and MARY PARK OLD, Pert 
Harbor, North Carolina, and an 
.Affidavit having been filed stating 
that there are or may be other 
pcr^on.^ intereited in the subject 
matter to be dis^-iosed of in this 
;u:t, whose names are unknown 
and w'.ics2 last p:it office address- 
es are unknown, to-wjt: 

The heirs £t law, next cf kin, 
lirn crcdilirs. surviving con- 
: nis. if any there be, of Mar- 
Li;. i o:d Butt. Virginia Wood- 
li.ii.-i-. Aitan 0. Crawley. ?.:c 
Ohi ( r:;xv!cy. Arliur D. Old. and 
A!:'!y I'oik Old, and persons yet 
to ()'■ b.irn ;y created, all of 
wt. m arc made parties to this 
suit by the general dcscrii^ron, 
■'P;u-ti('s Unknown", it is 
OHDEIiED tJj^ the abcve nam- 
ed KT^OBi wittai ten ( K>i ' days 
after due puWicirtion of Biis Onter 
aj^ar and do what is ntces&ary 
to profert their interests, and it 
is fiHther 

OREffiREa) that toe forefwig 
portkw of this «-dR- be pri>tf«ked 
■ ofire a week for faw MJTfessive 
weks in the VIRGINW BE,U1H 
SUN. a newspaper published and 
circulated m the City of Virginia 
beach. VajfOUi. 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

lAnd tins cause is continued. 

A ITOJiE CXM»Y: 'TCSTE: 
JOHN V. FEINTIffiSS, Clerk 
By: MARY M. WlffTE, DC 

KEPiAM& KELLAIM 

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I4CR|iX)LK, VA. 

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In the Circuit Court <rf the City 
of Virginia Beach on the 20th day 
of June, 1966, 

IN CHANCERY 

JOHN R. SOOTT, Compiainant, 

vs. 
SE^ENOER L. SCOTT, Jr.. et ais. 
Defendants. 

Ord«r of PubUcation 
The object of this suit is to ef- 
fect partitkm amongst the owite-s, 
by sale or otherwise, of the here- 
inafter described real propaty sit- 
u^ in the City <rf Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, Hi which Spenc«> L. 
S<X)tt, Sr. died seized and poMess. 
ed; the said property bc^ de- 
scribed as follows: 

AQ that certain tract d land, 
situated in the City ,of Virginia 
Beach (formerly Princess Anne 
CSwnty), State ci Virginia, Lot 
Number Eighteen (18), cootain- 
ii^ three and Uiirty-onc one- 
hundredths (3.31) acres, and Lot 
Number Nineteen (19), contain- 
ing two and twonty-five onc- 
bundredths (2.251" acres, and 
d^ignated in iBkx* 1 on the 
revraed plat, survey made for 
the Benjamin Gimb«1 property 
on HoU^ Road, Princess Anne 
County, Virginia, dated Febru- 
ary 8, 1939, C. R. Mcliitire, C.E., 
and further described and known 
as H<^land Terrace and Adja- 
cent Properties, which plat is 
duly recorded in the Cleric's Of- 
fice of the Circuit Court of the 
City of Vffginia Beach, Virgin- 
ia; said property being of the 
location and dimensions as 
shown on said plat, to which 
reference is hereby made for a 
more particular description. 
And an affadavit having been 
made that Delmo S. Henderson, 
Grace S. Tucker, Delores S. Plum- 
mer, Dorothy S. Brown, Evelyn 
S. Mundy and Sandra Strong God- 
ley arc not residents of this State. 
IT IS ORDERED that the said 
non-resident defendants, namely, 
Delmo S. Henderson, Grace S. 
Tucker, Delores S. Plummer, Dor- 
othy S. Brown, Evelyn S. Mundy 
and Sandra Strong Godley, do ap- 
pear within ten days after due pub- 
lication of this order and do what 
is necessary to protect their in- 
terests. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 
that the foregoing portion of this 
ordCT be published once a week 
for four successive weeks in»Vir- 
ginia -Beach Sun, a newspaper 
published in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy Teste: 
JOHN V. FEiNTRESS, Clerk 
By: Mary M. White, D.C 

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inUSTElB'S 8ALB 

PURSUANT to the terms of a 
certahi deed of trust to C. R. Bry- 
ant and W. Shepherd Drewry, Jr., 
Trustees, dated August 31, 1964, 
and recorded in the Clerk's Office 
of the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia, in 
Deed Book 851, page 565, default 
having been made in the payment 
of the debt ther